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DR. ED JEFFRIES 

4635 Jones Trail 

Lakeland, FL 33813 



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Volume 61 




INTERLACHEN 1993 

Florida Southern College 
Lakeland, Florida 33802 



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1 Opening 



Right, left, right, left - John Vondruska studies the fine 

art of leadership. 

"Somebody loves me!" Andrea Stacey is excited to 
receive a package. 








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"Did he call that a strike?" Cindy Hoskinson and 
Denise Malm engage in sideline chatter. 

BATTER UP! Debbie Weston and Jennifer Stein 
enjoy the friendly competition of intramural Softball. 



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We are one. 

Florida Southern College - it is more than just a 
school. It is a tightly knit community of unique individu- 
als. At Florida Southern, learning is not just about sitting 
in a classroom; it is meeting people and sharing common 
bonds. Through campus activities, students become more 
than just classmates. They become lifelong friends. Even 
after they graduate and move away, the bonds of friend- 
ship and unity keep them close for the rest of their lives. 
The friends we have made and the great experiences that 
have occurred this year will not only fill the pages of our 
yearbook, but will also become lifetime memories that 
can never be destroyed. 



One Nation, under God, indivisible . . . Christina Fish 
brings in the flag at the end of the day. 



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"I love PR, don't you?" Leslie Weninger gets ready for 
her favorite class of the day. 

Isn't love grand? Phil Bethea and Krystyna Lapinski 
walk from class together. 




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"All right men, MOVE IT!" Rich Lofink gives a little coaching 
advice at the intramural volleyball game. 



Audrey McDowell and Denise Pontuti display Greek unity at FSC. 




"Too bad it's not raining men!" Kim 
Olson and Kellie O'dell walk to class on 
a rainy day. 

Mr. Obrecht explains to Jamie Farris the 
finer points of photography. 



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5 Opening 



A bad day skiing is better than a good day at class. Dan Nelson heads 

to class in the Citrus Building. 




"C'mon y'all - Hurry up!" Carrie Johnson is tired of waiting. 

"Don't leave without me." Michelle Means does not want to be left 

alone with the alligators. 



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Hello, hello, helloooo-Hello! Kristine Lang, Kim Gibson, Kendra 
Williams, and Laura Roberts make a modern day totem pole. 

Nikki Balentine and Carolyn Anne Barnett take some time to talk 
between classes. 




"Hold still - This won't hurt a bit." 

"If you're not going to play, get out of the way!" 



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"I think I'll let someone else speak for a while, for a grade of course. 

"Chaucer, Shakespeare, Milton, and ..." Jennifer Newsome studies 

before Literature class. 




Three...Two...One...Blast Off! Chris Asbill practices his skiing 

technique. 



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(top right) Kevin Thuman takes a much needed nap between classes. 
Inch by inch, row by row, I'm going to make my garden grow. 



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"Look what I found in the cafe! " 

Sweet dreams are made of this . . . April Edwards 
catches a few winks in her lobby. 




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Tiffany Cutts waits for her tum at bat in intramural 
softball. 

Scott Head, Chris Conley, and Tim Kaiser count the 
seconds before their game begins. 








vj "Really, he doesn't bite! 



Bump, set, spike. The Pizza Chi's work for a victory in 
intramural volleyball. 



11 Opening 



Shiny, happy people holding hands. Jerry Eisen walks 
Michelle Jackson back to her dorm. 

You take a picture of me, and I'll take a picture of you. 




"Don't hate me because I'm beautiful." Janet Meginley relaxes on the 

sideline 

Two students pass their time talking at Ordway field 



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Administrative 
Officers & Staff 

College is an institution that brings to 
mind the interaction of teachers and students 
in academic and social circles. In order to 
achieve and maintain excellence in such an 
institution, strong, respected leadership is 
imperative. A framework is needed for a 
college to succeed that is not just material, but 
personal. Florida Southern has this framework 
through its administrative officers and staff. 
This foundation is as vital to FSC as the 
friendly teachers, spirited students, and beauti- 
ful architecture that fill the pages of this book. 
The spirit of Florida Southern College is seen 
in rich academic traditions, cultural activities, 
and campus life. It is through the dedicated 
administrative officers and staff that these 
ideals can be attained. 

Dean Wade presents Dr. Boyer with a diploma for the 
Doctor of Humanities degree. 
Dr. Buccino, Dr. Masters, Mrs. Clements, and Miss 
Flekke take a break before convocation begins. B 




President Davis visits with international 
students at his home. 

Dr. and Mrs. Turpin and President Davis 
discuss their favorites in the World Scries. 



13 Administrative Officers and Staff 




Dr. Ben F. Wade, Vice President and Dean of the College. 

Dr. Wade has worked at Honda Southern since 1973. He has a B.A. from Bhdgewater 
College, an M Div. from the United Theological Seminary, an S.T.M from Boston 
University, an MS. from Columbia University, and a Ph. D. from Hartford Seminary. 



Mr. Brunner R. Hunt, Vice President and Business Manager. 

Mr. Hunt has been a member of the FSC staff since 1978. He obtained his B.A. from Emory 
University, and his MB. A. from Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration. 




Mrs. Sheelagh R. BoJs vert 
Director of the Orlan do 
Program 



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Mrs. Betty S. Calhoun 

Director of Student Health 
Services 



Mr. Donald M. Clayton Jr, 

Director of Student 
Accounts 



Mr. Adelbert F. Corbin 
Director of AESL Program 



Dr. Sidney T. Davis 

Director of Port Charlotte 
Program 




Irs. Lynn M. Dennis 


Mr. V. Terry Dennis 


Dr. Theodore M. Haggard 


Mr. William S. Hatten 


Mr. William H. Jago 


►irectoT of Alumni Relations 


Controller 


Director of the Library 


Assistant Vice President far 

Development 


Manager of the College 
Bookstore 




Mr. Gerald W. Jones 

Director of Buildings and 
Grounds 



Mr. William F. Jones 

Development Officer 



Miss Nancy A. Kalna 

Asst, to the Dean of Students, Dir. 

of Greek Life 



Mr. Norman F. Kamp 

Director of Food S 



Mr. Wayne E. Koehler 

Director of Sports Informa 



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Mr. Hugh A. Moran, Jr., Vice President and Dean of Students. 

Mr. Moran joined the FSC staff in 1975, and holds an A. A. degree from Brevard College, 
a B A from High Point College, and an NLEd. from the University of North Carolina at 
Greensboro. 



Mr. William R. Finch, Vice President of Development. 

Mr. Finch joined the FSC staff in January of 1990. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree 
from Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, Ohio. 




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Mrs. Donna J. Koewler Mrs. Marsha M Leap 

Director of Student Activities and Director of Career Counseling 

Recreation and Placement 



Mr. Benjamin E. McDaniel 

Assistant Dean of Students, 
Assistant Director of Housing 



Mr. Fred T. Nlebon 

Chief Security Officer 



Mrs. Marilyn J. O'Conner 

Director of Testing 



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Mrs. Kimberiy A. Pickering Mr. Larry A. Powell 



Mr. Harold M. Smelt/ly Mr. William B. Stephens, Jr. Mr. Robert L. Sterling 



Dean of Women and 
Director of Housing 



Director of Intramurals and 
Volunteer Service Projects 



Director of Athletics 



Director of Admissions 



Director of Financial Aid 







Mrs. Snarl A. Szabo 
Director of Annual Funds 



Miss Sally L. Thlssen 
Registrar 



Mr. Michael E. Thorn 

Campus Photographer 



Mr. R. Russell Walker, Jr. 

Director of Institutional Research 



Mr. Darrell D. Webb 

Operations Manager 



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President Robert A. Davis 



Board of Trustees 

The Hon. C. Farris Bryant 
Dr. Charles W. Courtoy 
Rev. Roosevelt Dell, Jr. 
Mr. James L. Ferman, Jr. 
Mr. Frank H. Furman, Jr. 
Mr. J.R. Graves 
Mr. Lloyd G. Hendry 
Mr. Andrew H. Hines, Jr. 
Bishop H.H. Hughes 
Mr. John E. Hunt, Sr. 
Mr. Charles H. Jenkins, Sr. 
Dr. Jimmy S. Jones 
Dr. Thomas C. Kelsey 
Mrs. Alice W. Lockmiller 
Mr. Joseph O. Macbeth 
Mr. James M. Marlowe 
Mr. E. Vane McClurg 
Mr. George T. Miller 
Mr. Fred R. Millsaps 
Mr. J. Quinton Rumph 
Mr. James W. Russell 
Mr. T. Terrell Sessums 
Mr. Robert R. Sharp 
Dr. John P. Simon 
Mr. George A. Snelling 
Mrs. Lorraine Spivey 
Mrs. Dorotha C. Tanner 
Mr. Robert S. Trinkle 
Mr. J. Lanier Upshaw 
Mrs. Ruth S. Wedgworth 

Emeritus Trustees 

Dr. R. C. Holmes 

Mr. A.L. Ellis 

Bishop Edward J. Pendergrass 

Mr. Walter M. Woolfolk 



Florida Southern College is proud to 
have Robert A. Davis as the college's 
fifteenth president. President Davis joined 
the FSC administration in 1976 after his 
election by the College Board of Trustees. 

Dr. Davis is an honor graduate of the 
University of Georgia. He also holds 
degrees from Emory University and Yale 



University, in addition to two honorary 
degrees. His other accomplishments in- 
clude being named in Who's Who in 
America and Who's Who in the World. Dr. 
Davis is a member of Phi Kappa Phi, Beta 
Gamma Sigma, and Omicron Delta Kappa. 
Dr. Davis was also the President of the 
National Association of Schools and Col- 



leges of the United Methodist Church. 

Dr. Davis' other achievements have 
included leadership positions in numerous 
state and national educational associations. 
Florida Southern College has benefited 
greatly during the last seventeen years, 
with President Robert A. Davis as its out- 
standing leader. 



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Notables 

Florida Southern College recognizes 
excellence in leadership and academics. 
Students receive well-deserved recogni- 
tion through membership in honorary 
organizations such as Omicron Delta 
Kappa, the top national leadership 
honor society, Phi Eta Sigma, a scholas- 
tic freshman honor society and Who's 
Who among Students in American 
Colleges and Universities, which recog- 
nizes leadership and academic excel- 
lence. The school's highest honors 
include Miss Southern, the James C. 
Rogers Award, and the selection of the 
Honor Walk Student. 



There are few moments more notable in one's life than his or 
her graduation from college. 





Kim Thornton and Bill Drost experience the mystery of Stonehenge during 

May Option. 

I have to keep my grades up so I can get into ODK. 



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Omicron Delta 
Kappa 

Omicron Delta Kappa is recog- 
nized as the top national leadership 
honor society in America for col- 
lege men and women. To be consid- 
ered for membership a student must 
be of exemplary character, rank in 
the upper 35% in scholarship, and 
have a record of significant respon- 
sible leadership. The Florida South- 
ern Circle was established in 1951 
and has been involved in campus 
activities ever since. 



Phi Eta Sigma 

Phi Eta Sigma is a national col- 
lege scholastic honor society for 
freshmen. All freshmen who earn a 
cumulative grade point average of 
3.5 or above at the end of their first 
semester or second semester are 
eligible for membership. Chapters 
engage in many activities designed 
to recognize and promote high schol- 
arship among freshmen. Induc- 
tions are held twice a year and mem- 
bership is for life. 




Omicron Delta Kappa: Noel C. Slater, John M Vondruska, Peter P Davis, EmUy D Heath, Laura J Speier, Margaret L. 
Gilbert, Robert H. Tate, Kathleen M. Benn, Holly S. Sheilds, Courtney E. Asbee, Michelle L Becker, Henry K. Brain, Stephanie 
M. Brown, Christina Ch'ng, Peter P. Davis.Terrence S. Delikat, Donna M. Deragon, William D. Drost, Tracy L. Edwards, Scou 
A. Ferguson, Lone D. Gleason, Jeffrey G. Hagg, Melissa L. Haralson, Michael A. Haynes, Holly D. Higinbotham, Holly L. 
Huber, K. Beth Hunt, Kerry L. Knchbaum, Scott R. Lilly, Richard J. Lofink, Julie B. Meer. Brant M. Menswar, Lazarus M 
Mitchell, Monique D. Montgomery, Dawn M. Mura, Anthony C. Newburg, Brian A. Nonage, Sharon L On, Cathy A. Pike, 
Emily B. Schorr, Sharon M. Schroer, Missy C. Turbevule, Bnan P. Walsh, Donald A. West, Roderick H. White, Kimberly J. 
Wilson, Christina A. Younkers, Hugh A. Moran, Cindy A Hardin. Walter P Weaver, Ben F. Wade, Sally L Trnssen. 




Phi Eta Sigma: Wendy Litler. Jill Greene, Tina Schneider, Kim Wilson, Barbie Edwards, Tracy Hillar, Julie Kent, Tiffany 
Cuns, Lesu Powell, Xiaoxia Wang, Christina Ch'ng, Holly Huber, Kevin McCranie, Judith Nieman, Chnsty Sullivan, Kevin 
McCrame, Kelly Chaplain. Kelly Jackson, Courtney Wright, Cathy Pike, Jessica Traupman, Terrence Delikat, Dean Wade, 
Tanya Pollnow, Donna Deragon, Emily Schorr, Stephanie Lang, Karen Cabe, Aimee Peeples, Ashley Leech, MiUicent Horton, 
Dean Moran. 



Visitor's Center 

New to the Florida Southern College campus this year is the Frank Lloyd 
Wright "Child of the Sun" Visitor's Center located in Thad Buckner 
Building, part of the historic west campus. Dedicated to Frank Lloyd 
Wright and his works, the visitor's center proudly displays furniture 
designed by Wright as well as original photos and drawings representing 
the stages of creation of the "Child of the Sun." 




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Who's Who: Caroline Albertsma,Heather Bischoff , Henry Brain, Stephanie Brown, Chnsuna Ch'ng, KeLhe Chaplin, Donna 
Deragon, William Drost, Tracy Edwards, Maria Fallon, Andrew Fomess, Brett Freese, Lone Gleason, Jeffrey Haag, Michael 
Haynes, Emily Heath, Holly Higinbotham, Holly Huber, Kimberly Hunt, Julie Kent, Kerry Knchbaum .Susan Meltzer, Brant 
Menswar, Monique Montgomery, Anthony Newberg, Bnan Notuge, Cynthia Oakley, Vicky Pagel, Cathy Pike, Tanya 
Pollnow, Sara Rust, Emily Schorr. Sharon Schroer, Bradley ScotUoseph Sherrod, Holly Shields, Noel Slater, Vikki Sparkman, 
Laura Speier.MichelleTurbeville, John Vondruska, Brian Walsh, Don aid West, Julia Westcndorf, Kimberly Wils on, Christina 
Younkers. 



Who's Who 

This year forty-six students were 
selected among the student body of 
Florida Southern College to be listed 
in the 1992-1993 edition of "Who's 
Who Among Students in American 
Colleges and Universities. These 
students have above a 3.0 grade 
point average, are involved in nu- 
merous campus activites, and are 
recognized leaders among their peers 
and the college administration and 
faculty." 




Order of Omega: Brett Freese, Nancy Kalna, Laura Speier, Heather Biscoff, Noel Slater, Christina Younkers, Lori 
Nicholason, Sara Rust, Alicia Lewis, Melissa Whatley, Jessica Perry , Dawn Mura, Julie Kent, Susan Meltzer, Demse Ashdown, 
Heather Brown, Catherine Bradley, Melissa Haralson, Cathy Pike, Courtney Wnght, Chrissy Heintzelman, Shelli Shutts, April 
Precourt, Coleen McCreanoT, Jalonne Gemazian, Todd Shelbaugh, Chad Dunbar, Mike Moyer. 



Order Of 
Omega 

Order Of Omega recognizes stu- 
dents who have attained a high stan- 
dard of leadership in inter-Greek 
activities and encourages them to 
continue along this line, inspiring 
others to strive for similar conspicu- 
ous attainment. Membership is lim- 
ited to the top three percent of all 
Greeks on campus. 




Miss Greek 

Cathy Pike was selected by a panel of five judges as the Florida Southern 
Miss Greek 1992-1993. Cathy is a spring graduate and was sponsored by 
Phi Mu Alpha. The Miss Greek contestants are judged on their poise, 
beauty, and communication skills. Each year Lambda Chi Alpha frater- 
nity hosts the Miss Greek Pageant to raise money for their national 
philanthropy, the American Cancer Society. 



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Miss Southern 




Laura Jane Speier of Oldsmar, Florida, was crowned the 56th Miss Southern 
on February 17, 1993, succeeding Heather Benedict. Sponsored by Alpha Chi 
Omega, Laura has held the offices of Order of Omega vice-president, Omicron 
Delta Kappa historian, Kappa Pi president, AWS secretary/treasurer, and Alpha 
Chi Omega vice-president. She has received the awards of Burnette-Gilbert 
Outstanding Junior 1992 and Southern Ambassador of the Year 1991, and has 
served as a Miss Molly, O-Week Leader and is a member of Who's Who. 



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Michelle Turbeville 



Christina Younkers 



Noel Christopher Slater was deemed the 1 2th recipient of the James C. Rogers, 
Jr., Award on February 17, 1993. Noel's campus awards and honors include 
Omicron Delta Kappa president, Order of Omega treasurer, Phi Eta Sigma, 
Who's Who, Reuter Scholarship Recipient, and Academic Merit Award Recipi- 
ent. He also served as FSC water ski team co-captain, Mr. Moc, and Lambda Chi 
Alpha president. 



James C. Rogers Award 





Terrence Dt-Iikat 



Brant Menswar 



John Vondruska 



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Miss Interlachen 




Mr. Interlachen 




First Runner-up 



Second Runner-up 




Amy K. Thoeming 



Kimberly R. Thornton 



Susan M. Meltzer is a junior advertising /public relations 
major. Her goals are "to be successful in her career and to be 
a strong and effective Christian." Susan is the vice-president of 
her sorority, Kappa Delta and has been active in several 
campus organizations, as a Junior Advisor, Student Ambassa- 
dor and AXA chapter sweetheart. 



First Runner-up 



Second Runner-up 




William K. Brown 



Matthew V. Sennet 



Jeffrey S. AUeborn is a senior art communications major. 
Jeffs goals are to have "a successful career in advertising and 
make LOTS of money." He is a member of Pi Kappa Alpha 
Fraternity and Kappa Pi National Art Fraternity. Jeff enjoys 
traveling, photography and sports. 




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this year's judge, Guess jeans model Jennifer Hale. Jennifer's work takes 
her around the world, from London to the Carribbean. She has graced 
the pages and covers of numerous magazines, and is well-known for her 
Guess Jeans advertisements. Jennifer has a $450,000 contract with 
Metropolitan Models in New York. The 18 year-old is originally from 
Longwood, Florida. 



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1993 Honor Walk Student 




Noel Christopher Slater 

Noel is an English major from Library, Pennsylvania. His campus activities 
include: President, Lambda Chi Alpha; President, Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Treasurer, Order Of Omega; and Captain, Water Ski Team. 

His honors include: James C. Rogers Award Recipient; Reuter Scholarship 
Recipient; Academic Merit Award Recipient; Who's Who Among Students in 
American Universities and Colleges; Phi Eta Sigma; and Mr. Moc. 

Additionally, Noel participated in the May Option studies abroad program 
at Harlaxton College, in Grantham, England. 

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Departments & 
Organizations 

Events throughout the last year have both 
separated and united us. Our country has 
experienced riots and hurricanes as well as the 
election of the president and the homecoming of 
1987 honorary chancellor, Terry Waite. These 
events inspired many feelings which caused 
students to unite and help people who suffered 
tragedies while others worked together for 
shared beliefs. 
The Departments and Organizations give 
students a chance to interract with faculty, 
professionals and other students. With partici- 
pation in various activities, students become 
more conscious of the talents they possess. 




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The Art Department offers concentrations 
in Studio Art, Art Education, and Art Com- 
munications. Our majors are required to have 
some experience in each studio discipline in 
addition to art history. These experiences are 
helpful to the student in making the decision 
as to which concentration to pursue. 
The Melvin Gallery is an integral part of 
the department, particularly with the student 
exhibit each spring. Other activities include 
field trips to museums and exhibits, and 
Kappa Pi, the honorary art fraternity. 




Mr. W. Downing Bamitz 
Chairman 




Mrs. Beth M Ford 





Kappa Pi Honorary Art Fraternity: Christine Findlay, Jaci LiCausi, Jeff AUebom. Kellie Chaplin, Brian Hughes, Stopher Giddings, Dawn Scopa, 
Laura Speiei, Naggy Kennedy, Alicia Lewis, Mr. Bamitz. 



Dr. James G. Rogers 



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Biology 



Students in the Biology Department have 
interests as broad as the discipline of biology 
itself. Their interests range from study and 
research in molecular biology to coral reef 
biology in Jamaica. A number of students have 
taken the opportunity to extend their research in 
cooperative programs at medical schools and 
field areas including the Florida Keys. In 
addition, Tri-Beta sponsors a trip to a scientific 
meeting each year. 




Dr. Laurence L. Campbell 
Chairman 










Tri Beta: DiBaum, Brian Otlisky. Chad Wills, Rob Vazquez, Amy Knollinger, Susan Simmons, Dr Campbell, 
Billy Moore, Zack Kaplan, Dan Cutchbertson, Carlos Rivera, Maureen Joyce, Knstina Hankel, Jacob Kuskajiric 
Olsen, Andy Christian, Heidi Breuer, Alana Higgs, Amber Leese, Mario Raderman, Terry Delikat, Lorraine 
McKay, Charley Reeb, Denise Ashdown, Cindy Shannon, Dan Radebaugh, Adrian Dean, Michelle Means, Candy 
Wood, Scott Ferguson, Shelli Shuns, Jennifer Lahnoudi, Jennifer Daniel, Velda Rexach, Lisa Manchal, Minam 
Girrastegui, Micld Becker, Trina Knotts, Austin Coleman. Holly Shields, Judy Niemann, Keith Denny. 



Dr. John R. Tnpp 



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Business 



Between one-third and one-half of Florida 
Southern students choose to graduate with a 
major in Accounting, Business Administration 
or Economics. Instructors combine 
high academic credentials and practical busi- 
ness experience to share with students. Activi- 
ties include field trips, special lectures, business 
internships, seminars for the business commu- 
nity and six student professional organizations. 
The department is advised by a council of local 
senior business executives. 




Donna Evans and Ray Inman walk to lunch after Accounting. 




Mr. George H Bnuon 





Association of Future Accountants :: Emily Heath, Tom OTallon. Phillip Beihea, Holly Huber, Jackson 
Bazley, Richard Chapman, Ms. Lynn Clements, Christina Ch'ng, Leslie Powell, Mary Perez. 




Delta Sigma Pi 



Dr. Carl C. Brown 



Mrs. Lynn H. Clements 



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Phi Chi Theta: Emily Heath, Holly Huber, Ginny Sandbrook, Tiffany Cutis, Debbie Weston, Mary Perez, 
Jennifer Hams, April Tumquest, Christina Ch'ng, Bill Drost, Caroline Albertsma, Tony New berg, Stacy 
Williams, Todd Devore, Chris Schmidt, Brett Freese, Holly Higinboiham, Carole Ann Schulz, Jennifer 
Swisher, Stefanie Lang, Xia Xia Wang, Dr. Buccino. 




Toastmaster's International: Jell Higby, .Nate Uuteras, John Uoherty, Oram W'ainscott, Rich McGlyn: 
John Vondruska, Bryan Rutledge, John Radaker, Prof- Coleman, Charles Pinoz, Missy Jones, Mel 
Pamsh, John Snyder, Lisa Moffel, Angela Apostol, Deborah Craig. 




&Economics 




Mr. Michael W W 



Dr. Cindy A Hardu 



Mr. Wendell E. Hulcher 



Dr. William C. Juchau 



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Chemistry & 
Physics 

The Chemistry and Physics Department 
is very proud of its group of students who 
set high goals for themselves and achieve 
them through hard work and dedication. 
Through the activities of the clubs, they 
seek to augment their college experience in 
ways both academic and social. The clubs 
sponsor a variety of seminar programs from 
local resources in support of academic 
goals, and provide opportunities for visits 
to local industrial and governmental instal- 
lations such as the Kennedy Space Center. 
The clubs in which students can partici- 
pate include the American Chemical Soci- 
ety, the Society of Physics Students, Stu- 
dents for the Exploration and Development 
of Space, and Sigma Pi Sigma, a physics 
honorary society. 



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There's no place like home. 




American Chemical Society-Student Affiliates: Lee Railey, RocheUe Childress. Michelle Becker. Tnna Knot*. Holly Shields, Birju Patel. Jacob 
Kuska, Sean McLaurin, Dr. John Spencer, Keith Denny, Bud Powell, Dr. James Healy. 



Dr. Mossayeb Jamshid 



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Students for the Exploration and Development of Space: Dr. Jamshid, Lazarus Mitchell, Enc Olsen, Michelle Means, Randy Burch, Jacob Kuska, 
Beverly Smith, Christy Sullivan, Tim Cheney, Terry Delikat, Udaru Rahman, Not In Photo- Paula DeSousa, Matthew Johnson. 




Society of Physics Students: Tomatsu Akiyama, Heather Thomas, Matt Johnson, Wess Webb, Bo Taylor, Dr. Jamshid, Tony Newman, Burt 
Grimm, Roger Leone, Brian Walsh, Russ Devane. 



Dr. Thomas M Willard 



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Citrus & 
Horticulture 

All of the citrus trees on campus have been 
propagated and cared for by members of this 
department. Citrus is a tradition at Florida 
Southern since the campus area was once a 
citrus grove. These trees provide educational 
material for the citrus classes as well as deli- 
cious treats for our students and faculty. 
Two beautiful rose gardens in the center of 
the campus were created and are maintained by 
the faculty and students of this department for 
research and enjoyment. 
Our students are 
involved in the sale of 
citrus fruits, poinsettias 
and various plants 
during the year to our 
Florida Southern stu- 
dents and faculty. 




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Squeeze Me, I'm a Citrus major. 




i Purvis, Ed Smoak, Dr. Ruben Prevatt, 



Citrus and Horticulture: JasonSquitier, Bill Melvin, Mark McDowell, Drew Levins, Rob Whiscnam, Willis 
Prof. Thomas Mack, Came Johnson, Stacia Simpson, Gerry Lidsey. Knstie Gilford, David Summers, Matthew Simmons, Jerry Ruthven, Drew 
Phypers, Leslie Harbison, Grant McCormick, Prof. Malcolm Manners, Louisa Cullem. Danny Sutton, Joby Shcrrod, Dan Pruehs, Donald Humphrys, 
BUly Meehan, Peter Haakon, Damen Diem, Howdy Pattison, Jack Conroy, Steve Rush, Chns Kamberg, Jim Johnston, Fernando Perez, Bill Bohde, 
Lloyd GTable, Edward Parker, Dave Helms, James Boschulle, Dr. John Gnffis. 



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Education 

The Department of Education offers state and 
regionally accredited programs. 
As practicum experience, the Education De- 
partment operates the Early Learning Labora- 
tory for the Elementary/Primary Education 
majors. All majors in Education are involved in 
field experiences through the faculty mentor 
program and Internship. 
The department also sponsors Kappa Delta Pi, 
an international honorary society in Education. 





Kappa Delta Pi 



Miss Florence A. Babcock Dr. Barbara A. Block 





Dr. Wayne R. Fetter 



Dr. Jack E. Haynes 
Chairman 



Dr. Davis R Holland 




Dr. Mary V. Peaslee 



Mrs. Louise G. Pitt, 



This work will be worth it when I get an "A." ^ Glna A Maynard 



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English 



Under auspices of the Humanities Division, 

the English Department sponsors Cantilevers, 

the FSC literary magazine; the Mechanicals, a 

club dedicated to promoting cultural and social 

activities among students interested in language 

and literature; and Poetry 

Readings, gatherings 

designed to allow the 

FSC community to share 

its creativity and love of 

verse. The department 

welcomes everyone to all 

of its events. 





To grill or not to grill, that is the question. 



Mis. Claudia S. Stein 



Mr. Robert H. Tate 



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Library 



A student takes in the beauty of the fountains outside Roux Library as she studies. 



Roux Library is the campus center for the 
collection and access to information related 
to academics at Florida Southern College. 
Roux Library supports the college goal of 
providing "the resources necessary to 
sustain a superior academic experience and 
to promote an atmosphere of free inquiry in 
which the human heritage may be investi- 
gated and the truth served." 
The library staff is trained to assist students 
and faculty in accessing and using informa- 
tion found in print and through computers. 
The newly automated system at Roux 
Library has enhanced the achievement of 
these goals. 




We are at the library--We didn't say anything about studying 



Mr Harry Roberts 



Miss Janel K. Thomas 



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Foreign ' 
Language 



The Department of Modern Languages 

involves the study of the languages, literature, 

and civilizations of France, Germany, Spain 

and Spanish- America. Classroom instruction is 

supplemented by opportunities for participation 

in the various language clubs and Sigma Delta 

Pi, the Spanish National Honorary. Typical 

club activities include making ethnic foods, 

viewing foreign language movies and cultural 

programs, discussion sessions, and trips to 

nearby points of cultural interest. 




Dr. Bennett O. Cole 



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German Club 

Kai Brusewitz, Lynn 
Lickliter, Bemd Jacobi, 
Beverly Smith, Jessica 
Lawrence, Sandrine Annusia 
Vernenot, Erica Rasmussen- 
Taxdal, Mrs. von Paleske, 
Jonathan Daniel, Caroline 
Albertsma, Ingun Hoel, 
Brendon Murphy, Zack 
Hamrick. 



Sigma Delta Pi 

Dr. Cole, Maria Fallon, 
Dolores Jauregui. 




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Music 




The Department of Music has be- 
come one of the truly outstanding 
places of musical learning in Florida. 
Its graduates enjoy top recognition as 
performers and teachers throughout 
the country, with graduates in music 
education earning excellent teaching 
positions and being eagerly accepted 
by graduate schools. All this has come 

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willing to maintain an atmosphere for ^^^1^^^^^ 

productivity in the fine arts. The 

faculty is dedicated to believing music 

is learned through personal, individual 

attention. 





Phi Mu Alpha: Mike Kreusch, Fred Smith. Brant Menswar, Lenny Bonalsky. Eric Keller. Chris Holloway. 
Tyler Elder Shannon Jarret, Mike Wickersheim. Todd VanGxlder, Don West, Jason Aquila. Marcus Bnxa, 
Charley Reeb. Brad Scott, Kevin Sandndge, Gary Larson, Sean McLaurin, Jeff Robertson, Jaime Ouellette, 
Not Pictured: Louis Posick. 



Mr. Lawrence R. Burke 



Mr. Robert M MacDonald Dr. Don M McLaurin 

Chairman 



Symphonic Band 



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Why work alone when you can work together with a friend? 







Concert Chorale 



Mis. Diane W. Stahl 



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Mass Communication 

The Communications Department has been renamed the Mass 
Communications Department to better reflect program objectives. 
Curriculum changes have been made that will simultaneously add 
additional liberal arts supportive requirements and emphasize a profes- 
sional program. More emphasis is being placed on writing. 
The changes are to prepare students better for career opportunities 
after graduation in such areas as advertising, journalism (print and 
broadcast news) and public relations. 





Mr. Wayne A. Norton 



Dr. Edward W. Thorn 



Dr. William H. Turpin 
Chairman 



"If he gives one more criticism, I'll. 




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Association for Communi- 
cation Excellence 

Heather Brown, Jennifer 
Bouw, Alicia Lewis, Lisa 
Intagliata, Susan Meltzer, 
Ashley Leech, John Radaker, 
Dr. Edward Thorn, Sharon 
Schroer. 



Interlachen Staff 

Stephanie Brown, Jenn Bouw, 
Monique Montgomery, 
Heather Hensley, Deny 
Diemoz, Missy Jones, Kim 
Vickers, Terry Carter, Lisa 
Kasza, Shannan Nock, Mary 
Tackett, Jeff Higby, Amber 
Ziemba, Robin Gayle, Lori 
Boyd, Tracey Brock, Jill 
Diaz, Jessica Schneider, Anne 
Sawyer. 



Southern Staff 

Eric Barton, Tim Sypko, 
John White, Kathy Ferrara, 
Ashley Leech, Amy 
Diedrick. Not Pictured: 
John Radaker, Brant 
Menswar. 



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Mathematics 

The Mathematics Department at FSC pre- 
pares students for the future in the areas of 
education, business, and computer science. The 
department acts as a service department by 
preparing students for careers in Business and 
Research. Recently, it has become the respon- 
sibility of the math department to prepare 
students for the CLAST examination. This 
department also sponsors an honorary society 
called Kappa Mu Epsilon, a nationwide group 
representing excellence in mathematics. 





Mr. Daniel I. Carreira 



Mrs. Caroline C. Durham 



Let's play Global Thermonuclear War 




Mr. Lane M. Goodson 



Dr. Henry C. Hanje, Jr. 
Chairman 



KME: John Hunt, Melissa Haralson. Emily Schorr. Emily Rohm. Michelle Miller, PeteDavis, Birju Patel, 
Man Johnson, Dr. Kent, Shannon Agnew, Julie Meer, Mrs. Durham, Mr. Carreira. Dr. Hartje, Terrence 
Delikat, Mr. Wuertz, Dr. Sheppard, Mr. Goodson. 




Dr. Gayle S. Kent 



Dr Albert P. Sheppard 



Mr. N. Allen Wuenz 



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Nursing 



The Nursing Department has a curriculum 
for registered nurses that enables them to 
build on their associate degree or diploma and 
earn a baccalaureate degree. Since nearly all 
the students are working full-time and going 
to school part-time, special activities and 
clubs are limited. However, they may partici- 
pate in an exciting practicum experience in 
England through the May Option program. 



The students love our cough drops and Robitussin. 





Mb. Clara M. Clayton 
Chairman 



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Mis. Rcficmane S. Lamm 



Oh gosh, here comes that yearbook staff again sick from working long hours on the Interlachen. 

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The musical trio, Wilson Phillips captured during their last 
visit to the FSC Campus? 




Matt Sennet quietly plots his assassination attempt on Popeye the sailor man using a machine 
gun with a special mechanism that makes the sound "Toot Toot" and spews poison spinach. 



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Physical 
Education 

The Physical Education Department offers a 
state accredited program in secondary Physical 
Education and a recreation concentration in 
both Public and Commercial Leisure Services. 
In a joint venture with the Business and Eco- 
nomic Department, the Sport Management 
Major prepares students for careers in sport- 
related businesses. The elective program 
provides courses for students to improve 
themselves physically, socially, and mentally. 





Dr Edward F. Jeffries, Jr. 




Mr. Charley C. Matlock 



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Mrs. Patricia F. McFadden 



Top: This is my brother Daryl and this is my other brother Daryl. 

Bottom: Cindy Oakley and her team mates strive to make the new soccer club 




Mr. Harold M. Smeltzly 
Chairman 




Mrs. {Catherine G. Stra 



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Political 
Science/History 

The Department of History/Political Science 
offers two separate and distinct majors, one in 
history and the other in political science. 
Graduates in both fields enter a wide variety 
of professions and engage in further study at 
leading graduate and professional schools. 
The department sponsors the Pre-Law Soci- 
ety and Pi Gamma Mu, the National Social 
Science Honorary Fraternity. 





Dr. Barbara M. Giles 



Don't talk to me about it-Talk to my lawyer. 




Dr. John E. Santosuosso 



Dt. A. Rand Sutherland 



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Psychology 

The Psychology Department provides a 
strong background in psychological issues. 
Offered are courses in clinical and social 
psychology in addition to courses in re- 
search methods. Internships and visits to 
local mental health facilities along with the 
curriculum provide students with the 
necessary skills and understanding to enter 
graduate programs and pursue careers in 
psychology. 




One student's interpretation of the Freudian slip . 



Dr. Richard R Bumctte, Jr. 
Division Chairman 



Dr. Bruce W. Darby 




Psi Chi: The National Honor Society in Psychology 1992-93. 



Dr. Christopher T. WeavcT 



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Religion & 
Philosophy 




The Department of Religion and Philosophy 

serves the core curriculum and prepares pre- 

theological students in Christian Education. It 

sponsors Theta Chi Beta, a religion honorary, 

and Sigma Rho Epsilon, a service group. 

Special events include the Willis lecture and 

the biblical symposium featuring a panel of 

distinguished Scholars. Te]Ty \y a ; [e and President Davis converse following a special convocation. 




Dr. Frank R. Johnson 



Dr. Meredith R. Standley 
Chaplain 



Dr. Walter P. Weaver 

Dlv Department Chairman 



Sigma Rho Epsilon: Cindy Hair, Kip Kimberly, John Snyder, Dr. Smith. Dena Odom, Michelle Miller, 
Todd Devore, Apnl Hallman, Charlie Reeb, Jeri Melroy, Angle DiDormneck, Stef James, Julie Tackett, 
Jill Willis. Vikki Sparkman, Nate Guteras, Carmen BilhoardL 




Theta Chi Beta 



Dr. W. Waite Willis, Jr. 



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R. O. T. C 

Florida Southern students can realize their 
career goals by taking ROTC and by competing 
for an Army ROTC Scholarship. Through this 
scholarship, students can obtain a commission 
in the United States Army. Although many 
students take classes in this department in order 
to serve in the armed forces, most ROTC 
classes may be taken as electives and involve 
no service obligation. 



Trick or Treat? 




I am getting paid for this 



Aitis T. Lofton, LTC 



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Sociology & 
Criminology 

The Sociology and Criminology Department 
is involved in a variety of activities on 
campus and in the community, including 
family studies, gerontology, criminal justice 
agency practices, homelessness, Habitat for 
Humanity and more. The department offers 
courses that are of social relevance to non- 
majors and community internships. The 
Criminology and Sociology Club hosts a 
speaker's function and 
an annual moot trial, 
when local lawyers 
argue cases and actual 
judges preside. 




Dr. Plowman and some of his students present a pulpit bible to Rev. AJ 
Turgeon at Florida United Methodist Church in Florida City as part of their 

Hurricane Andrew relief efforts. 




Dr. Patrick R. Anderson 
Chairman 



These girls hang with me for my 
expertise in criminology. 





Sociology & Criminology Club: Shawna Young. TJ Chnstie, Kevin Alvarez. Tracy Santo. Libbie Millen, Diane Babineau, Enn Kong, Susanne 
Fontana, Dr. Masters, Tim Cheney, Scott Fessell, Dr. Plowman, Hank Brain. Kevin Sandridge, Dr. Anderson, Gina Norm, Robb Farmm. 



Dr. Edwin L. Plowman 



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Theatre 



The Florida Southern Theatre Department 
offers a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre, with either 
a performance or production concentration. The 
department, in cooperation with the Vagabonds, 
presents four main-stage productions each year 
in the Buckner Theatre. They are supported by 
faculty, students, and the community. Alpha Psi 
Omega is the honorary dramatic fraternity. 



Kimberly Thornton and Lyn Lickliter perform in FSC's 
production of 1940's Radio Hour. 



Vagabonds: Lenny Bonalsky, Mr- Richard LeVene, Sadra Paul. Dawn Jorgenson. Steffi Lang, Greta Sullivan, Jay Moretz, Andy Orrell, Lyn Lickliter, 
Kim Thornton, Mark Green, Tom Shorrock, Joshua Luft, Amber Lease, Tina Scharff, Jeff Buzzard. Mary T., Dr James Cunningham, Amy Booher, 
Carolyn Norton, Michael Micucci, Joy Mueller. Mohan K, Tara Wise, Donnie Thompson, Jill Willis, Melissa Gajdos, Amber Ziemba. Not pictured: 
Carolann Durkalec, Sally Green, Russell McMullen, Julie Tumquisl, Nicole Bom, Tasha Hammer, Kns Andersen, Larry L«sher 







Mr. Richard 1 
Chairman 



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House 
Mothers 

Twenty house mothers at Florida 
Southern are a very special part of 
the campus. House moms perform 
various duties ranging from resi- 
dence hall maintenance and secu- 
rity to lending a sympathetic ear to 
students. No matter what it takes, 
the FSC "Moms" are there for the 
students. 



Karen Brown and Tara Thompson pose with 
their special house mother, Lila Fountain. 





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Housekeeping 

The Housekeeping and Grounds Department 
has set very high standards for itself in keeping 
all student and administrative areas clean and 
comfortable. They take great pride in the 
Florida Southern grounds and plan on maintain- 
ing their high quality work. Appreciation goes 
to this department which helps maintain the 
beauty that Frank Lloyd Wright imagined for 
his "Child of the Sun." 




Annie Pfieffer Chapel is a cherished pan of the Frank Lloyd Wright campus of Florida Southern College. 



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Cafeteria & 
College Terrace 

The cafeteria at Florida Southern is a well- 
known part of the campus. Students can look 
forward to the wonderful steak and shrimp 
dinner on Saturday, as well as the other tasty 
delights served throughout the week. A favor- 
ite for many students is Ice Cream Night. 
The College Terrace is the place where stu- 
dents can still any craving after cafeteria hours. 
From great hamburgers and french fries to a 
bagel and cream cheese, the C.T. has it all for 
those late night hunger cravings. 




Are you going to eat that pickle? 





Get out of my way-I am going to lunch! 






Oh my god, he's on his third sandwich! 




.And then I punched him in the kisser! 



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Greeks 



Greek life at Florida Southern is 

demanding yet rewarding. Greeks stay 

busy with various activities including 

chapter meetings, socials, bonding, 

formals, rush, and ritual. They also 

compete in intramurals, raise funds for 

their philanthropies, and make friendships 

with brothers or sisters that will last a 

lifetime. The Greek system at Florida 

Southern includes seven fraternities and 

six sororities, each with its own special 

rituals and relationships. The Greeks 

exhibit pride in their organizations and 

are an active part of Florida Southern 

campus life. 



Zeta's show support for each other as they deliver their rush 

message. 

Chris Fessel and Dawn Clary use their AOPi charm to sell 
halloween-o-grams by the book store. 




Bid Day! Robb Fannin and Joby Sherrod are 
ready to celebrate the new Pike pledges. 



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Alpha Chi Omega is...True Sisterhood... Candelights... Quality and Quota... Goobers... Subway... 4 o'dock dub... Road Trips... Big Moc... Parent's Weekend.. 
Crickets.„"Dork!"... The Vegetable Game... Red Carnation Ball... Wenches I, II, and HI... Chi Guys... "Bueno"... Breakfast Club... Hat Day... R. P.'s... Pledges.. 
Christmas Cozy.- Unique but UNITED!... Girls of the Golden Lyre... Sweethearts - Drew, Python, and Joe... 8 Pledge Class and Chapter Sweethearts!.-0-love.. 
Mom... Always Seeking the Heights... Forever Friends! 



Alpha Chi Omega was founded on October 15, 1885 at DePauw 

University in Greencastle, Indiana. The Beta Omicron chapter was the 

first national sorority to be installed on the Florida Southern campus on 

November 13, 1936. Alpha Chi's are active in many aspects of college 

life including athletics, honoraries, clubs, and sweethearts of 

fraternities. Every year, Alpha Chi's will be raising money for their 

newly adopted philanthropy, The Center for Domestic Violence. Alpha 

Chi's symbol is the golden lyre, their flower is the red carnation, and 

their colors are scarlet and olive green. Alpha Chi's strive to be their 

best as their motto states, "Together Let Us Seek the Heights." 

ALPHA CHI OMEGA 





IstRow: Misty Smith, Cindy Hoskinson, Amy Fisher, Sara Rust, Melissa Haralson, Jessica Perry , Michelle Jackson, Kim Olson, Laura 
Speier, SueFontana, Paula Stutzman. 2nd Row: Kelli O'Dell, Karin Upmeyer, Heather Brown, Denise Pontuti, Jane Newell, Marisol 
Lugo, Cristi Daniels, Christine Shiver, Denise Malm. 3rd Row: Reba Dunn,Elisa Bedell, Chris Heneisen, Ashley Reese, Deny Diemoz, 
Stephanie France, Amy Haralson, Julie Jenkins, Yamira Santos. 4th Row: Aimee Sirois, Robin Musgrove, Terri Mankowski, Debbie 
Piela, Man Papageanneris, Kristen Woods, Nikki Bedard, Robyn Avery, Malina Price. Not Pictured: Stephanie Moorhead, Stacey 
Proctor, Lynn Berry, Ellen Muse, Annie Avery, Heather Thomas, Amy Knollinger, Amy Thoeming, Dawn Kozlowski, Colleen 
McCreanor. 



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Alpha Delta Pi is... True Blue... Alphie... Violets... Black Diamond... Pi Love... We Live for Each Other... True Sisterhood... Prides... Pata... Pacas... Eta Beta '92... 
Miss Greek 2 Years in a Row... Love Will be our Home... Water Melon Bust Queens... Around the World ... Chunk-o-Mdons... Polyester Lives... Keys... Blue 
Shoes... Pooh Bear... Tami... Tri Kappa... Lions... Phi love triangles...SAE Sweetheart Stacia... Ladies Night at the Koner... LineDance... Proper and Prim... Black 
Cloud... Todd & Roger Sweethearts... Candlelights... Margaritaville... Derby Champs '92...Greek Week Champs '92... Mom Fountain... First Secret Society... 
Diamond Ball... Flim Flam... Originals in a World of Imitations. 




Alpha Delta Pi was founded on May 15, 1851 at Wesleyan Female 
College in Macon, Georgia and was the first secret society for women. 
The Gamma Gamma chapter of Alpha Delta Pi was installed at Florida 
Southern College on April 27, 1946. The Alpha Delta Pi philanthropy is 
the Ronald McDonald house and the sorority colors are azure blue and 
white. The symbol of the sorority is the Lion and the flower is the 
Woodland Violet. Gamma Gamma ADPi's have achieved excellence 
nationally by winning the prestigious Diamond Four Point Award three 
years in a row. The open motto all ADPi's follow is, "We Live for Each 
Other." 

ALPHA DELTA PI 




1st Row: Audrey McDowell, Tory Field, Melissa Whatley, Caroline Dillon, Beth Walsh, Deana Hartman, Debbie Wiemken, Stephanie 
Brown, Tricia Lobaugh, Jen Fassman. 2nd Row: Carolyn Anne Barnett, Jerrie Milner, Donna Evans, Alicia Beree, Stacia Prior. 3rd 
Row: Denise Woods, Laura Bissel, Wendy Littler, Tracey Brock, Jill Diaz, Molly Vogt, Jaci LiCausi, Barbara Merritt, Kristy McBride, 
Genine O'Neil, Stacy Boothe, Julie Tumquist, Andrea Ross, Emily Harris, Christy Mills, Ashley Leech, Natalie Niekro, Julie Meer, 
Elizabeth Humphries. 



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Bonding- Whoopie... Individuals United Under One Common Bond!! _^^^_^^_ —m ^^ ———— . — ^„^,^ — ^ m ^» 



Alpha Omicron Pi was founded at Barnard College on January 

2, 1897. The Kappa Gamma chapter was installed at Florida Southern 

in 1946. Our mascot is the Panda Bear, our flower is the Jacquemenot 

Rose and our colors are cardinal red and white. The national 

philanthropy of Alpha Omicron Pi is the Arthritis Research Foundation. 

Our motto is "Individuals United Under One Common Bond," which 

clearly states why we're the best sorority around! If you can't run with 

the big dogs, stay on the porch! Go AOPU 



ALPHA OMICRON PI 





1st Row: Julia Cunningham, Christina Collins, Jcxu DiCarlo, Christy Drake, Rachelle Reynolds, Apnl Edwards, Jalonne Gemazian, 
Stephanie Miller. 2nd Row: Dara Adams, Julie Kent, Terry Oakley, Amy Farrell, Kime Harvey Carne Johnson. Sta* Lauerman. 
3rd Row Ashley Wallace, Nicole Hills, Angie Dubendorfer, Jen Tibboles, All.son Volpe, Laurel Lofton, Lxsa Ammon 4th Row. 
AmaXGULBetin Clark, Denrse Wall, Heather Hensley Dawn Clary, Chris Fessel. NotPictured: Kathy Ferrara, Katinyj jS epmcka, 
Lynn Reiland, Julie Westendorf, Kena Leak, Tracey Chores, Melanie Truitt, Donna Martin, Jen Tedesco, Shawn Sandberg. 

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Kappa Alpha is... Said... Great Grand Master... Weekend... Mus... Maria Our Rose... Mikolai... Brook... My Mommy... Jaws... Hobby is the Coolest.. 44.44... 
Shenk... Seav... Rut... Spaz... Red Wings... RP... Decibel... Hormone... JR... Mooch... Quid... PE... NNNNN... Barkley... Eechies... 3rd Floor... Arcade... Little 
Sisters... Gerkin... Poopie Paats... SLACK... Get Out of My Face... Ren & Stimpy... Road Kill... What is it Man... Eye of the Tiger... Bob Vila... "Social"... B- Wave... 
Wha'd Momma Say... Brown Bear Brown Bear... Turtle... Lil Coke... Ruby Tuesday's... Coleman... Turbo... Wheat Barley... Par Ships... Blue Hens... 
Spocastitutes... Gremlin IL.. Golf Cart Rides... Pipeline... Bonfires... Ryan... Drive In, Anyone. 




Kappa Alpha Order was founded at Washington and Lee University in 
1865. The Gamma Pi chapter was installed at Florida Southern 
College in 1958. "Dieu Et Les Dames" is their motto and it stands for 
honoring God and women; therefore, their nickname was established as 
"Southern Gentlemen." Kappa Alpha works extra hard each year 
holding car washes and numerous other fundraisers for their national 
philanthropy, the Muscular Distrophy Association. The KA's pride 
themselves on brotherhood and are always trying to better themselves 
and FSC. So, if you see a flag waving crimson and gold, stop by and 
meet someone interesting - meet a KA! 

KAPPA ALPHA 




1st Row: James Myers, Donnie Thompson, Maria Fallon, Phil Myers. 2nd Row: John-Micheal Insetta, Brook Perkins, Rich Marino, 
Ken Bailey. 3rd Row: Tuckey Davis, Chad Withman, Dave Kondor. 



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Kappa Delta is... Bo knows... Emerald Ball... Christmas Semi-formal... Halloweenies... Garter Days... Emeralds... Diamonds... Pearls... Katydids... Nautilus 
Shells . Teddy Bears... "Violent Love"... Krush Party... Mom's Weekend... Dad's Day... Sisterhood Retreat... Circle of Friendship... Candlelight.... Green 
White . All Sports Champions four years... The Finest Sorority... Unique but United... Always Dream... White Rose Week... Initiation... True... KD Ladies Skull 
and Cross-bones... Sweethearts... Bo... Chris... Matt... Mark... Hank... "That's What I Like About You''... White Rose... Dagger... Pins Three Stars... AOT... 
Shamrock Projects... Bigs and Littles... Beliefs... Christ-Centered... Cross- Beautiful Inside and Outside... "It's good PR"... Once a KD Always a KD. 



The ladies of Kappa Delta can be seen around campus in their green 

and white colors. Their flower is the white rose of friendship, because it 

is the only rose without thorns. Kappa Delta's philanthropies include 

the National Committee for the Prevention for Child Abuse, the 

Children's Hospital in Richmond, Virginia, and the Baptist Children's 

Home in Lakeland. Kappa Delta was founded in Farmville, Virginia, in 

1897 and came to FSC in 1955. The open motto is "Ta Kala Diokomen 

which means "Let Us Strive For That Which is Honorable, Beautiful, 

and Highest." On Campus they can be seen living up to the standards 

of their motto in all aspects of college life, including honoraries, 

athletics, and leadership. 

KAPPA DELTA 





IstRow: Jennifer Stein£ourmey Wright, Susan M^^ 

Farmer 2nd Row: Tresa Turvin, Kristi Smith, Denise Ashdown, Lisa Intagliata, Michelle Perez, Leslie Carlton, Katie Dowdy, Lynn 
Beckett 3rd Row: Kellie Chaplin, Kelly Jackson, Lynn Hollis, Holly Higinbotham, Roxanna Fazlin, Janet Meginley , Julie Freeman, 
Beth Herman, Chrissy Heintzelman, Jennifer Mackler. 4th Row: Lisa Colaiocco, Vikki Sparkman, Lone Gleason, Knsten Mell, 
Wendy Johnson, Meg Trinkle. 5th Row: Suzanne Baron, Jenene Gargiulo, Sonia Ward, Toni Butterfield, Jennifer Mohson, Laura 
Hersey, Julie Woefel. 



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Lambda Chi Alpha is... Magic Carpet Ride... Cross and Crescent... Ritual... Brotherhood... Sweethearts Julie and Susan... ZAX... Watermelon Bust.. Grandpa 
Goodger„. Late Nile POlowCommittee... Associate Membership... Delta Pi... 55 years at FSC!... Pin Number... Offre Rank!... Blue Rose... Gators... ChicagoClub... 
Waffle House... Miss Greek... The Great Pumpkin ... Recycle, Recycle, Recycle... If it's not Scottish, It's Crap!... Mandatory... Purple, Green, Gold... Diversity... 
Grand High Alpha-Open Door Policy... Coalition for Dorm Decency... Guy's Mom... Risk!... No Way!... Campus Involvement.. Cattleman's... The Polo Club... 
t)r. Clean and Noel's room... Deviant.. G-Man... The Fraternity of Honest Friendship. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 




Lambda Chi Alpha was founded at Boston University on November 2, 
1909. The Epsilon Xi chapter was installed at Florida Southern in 
April of 1938. This chapter is ranked among the top three percent of 
all Lambda Chi chapters throughout the world. Each year the 
fraternity hosts the Miss Greek Pageant to raise money for the National 
Cancer Society. They also give time, service, and contributions to the 
Florida Presbyterian Homes, the Boys' Club of America, and the 
Adopt-A-Highway Program. This year Lambda Chi hosted the 
Watermelon Bust. The colors of Lambda Chi Alpha are purple, green, 
and gold. Their symbols are the cross and the crescent. Lambda Chi 
Alpha holds as its highest standard perfect brotherly love, which means 
that Lambda Chi Alpha is a way of life. 

LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 




1 stRow: Drew Fomess, Parish Parker, Geoff Chretien, Noel Slater, Scott Goodger, Ron Urban, Pete Davis, Kevin Thuman, Jerry Eisen, 
Chris Chatfield, Brett Freese, Britton Swaine, Bo Jones, Udani Rahman. 2nd Row: Kevin Sandridge, Tim Wright, Rick DePianta, 
Brian Nottage, Brian DeAngelis, Mike Moyer, Clark Green, B.G. Westerfield, Marc Zillman, Craig Stanley , John Williamson, Bradley 
Snow, Tom Goes, Tim Cheney. 3rd Row: Scott Thuman, Joe Bernet, Hank Brain, Matt Boyce, Mark Caldwell, Zack Dietz, Chad 
Magnuson, Matt Brown, Todd Sapp, Chris Schmidt, Eric Fowlie. 4th Row: George Torii, Guy Petrone, Kevin Alvarez, Darren 
Munzing, Monty Hood, Brett Butler. 



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PI Kappa Alpha is... Not Cocky, We're Jus t Better Than You!- Jamaica... Awesome- Stoney- Fannin- Boushie Ox- Regan Fink Job Dog Shokbaum... 
StrUcE Na£y- Fat K- Sally- Skeeter... Gulli- Alleborn... Spit- Python- DT... Stew... Elvis... Curls... Mich... Toskes AJ. Robnett... C Grape Ape. AD 
Snoo* Brownies' aownJ-r>reamGir^^ 

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Judicial Hearings- Alumni Cookout?... Big Ben- Kill-it- Lie til ya Die! 



Pi Kappa Alpha is about being the best you can be, whether it is in the 

classroom or on the playing field. Since its establishment in 1868 at the 

University of Virginia, Pi Kappa Alpha has expanded to offer high 

ideals to college men at over 200 colleges and universities nationwide. 

Among these ideals are academic achievement, athleticism, leadership, 

and the ability to relate well to others. The brothers of Pi Kappa Alpha, 

better known as the Pikes, bring enthusiasm to all that they do. Among 

some of our recent achievements are our annual drive for leukemia, the 

"All Sports" title, and also the "Mr. Greek" title. Above all though, Pi 

Kappa Alpha is about brotherhood, and close friendships that will last a 

life through. 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 





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Steve Toskes, Ricarlos Guzman, Todd Michaud, Joby Sherrod, Rich Lofink, Tony Westbrock, Ron DiFava, D ave Gull. Mchael 
Carter, Derek Thomas. 3rd Row: Jamie Burchell, Todd Shelbaugh, Andy Bair, Brent Hering, Robh , Fannm, Noel Groe. 4th Row 
Brandon Stritch, Chris Kamberg, Brian Regan, Mike Stewart, Mark Neitzke. Not Pictured: Jeff Alleborn, Cory Mansfield, AJ. 
Carpino, Brian Boushie, Eddie Weinberg. 

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Pi Kappa Phi is... The only Frat on campus... Bono... Zack... Sad Balls... Santan... J.J.... Roger... Macho... Ollie... Staff... Ed... Tax... Becks... Coconut... Duke... 
Summer Sauchus?... Ring de Alarm... Roll the *#@? Out!... Mornin' Love!... Grits Baby?... Francis!... The 4:30 Posse... FriZimm... Ripleys... Brotherhood... 
Mu Pi Tau... The Shocker... Hi there, sports fans... Bahamians... Greek Week Champs?... Pi Kappa Phi Till We Die... Ya Ho!... The Pi Kapp Raiders... Rum 
Dum... Sugar!! 




The Beta Beta chapter of Pi Kappa Phi was established at Florida 
Southern College on October 14, 1948. Nationally, Pi Kappa Phi was 
founded December 10, 1904 at the College of Charleston. Pi Kappa Phi 
remains the fastest growing fraternity with representation at almost 200 
colleges and universities. The colors of Pi Kappa Phi are gold, blue, 
and white. Pi Kapps know that of all the men in the world, none are 
equal to brothers. 



PI KAPPA PHI 




1st Row: Craig Pinder, Austin Coleman, Mark Raponi, Zack Bongzack. 2nd Row: Doug Becker, Dave Stafford, Jahim McAuthur, 
Santiago Escobar. 3rd Row: Carl Brosky, Adrian Dean, John Hildebrand. 4th Row: Shannon Beckett, Eric Abell, Tom Riley, Jason 
Peterson, Jon Walbroel, Chris Taylor, Scott Austin, Ed Schwabeland, Jeff Sinjinson, Dave Fecht, Glenn Reed, Chris Pappagalo, John 
Thornton. Not Pictured: Mike Hunt, Andy Greestien, Oliver Pecachek, TJ Sharfenstein, Brad Patton, Dave Hodges, Cade Stafford, 
Roger LaBrie, Joe Strada. 



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Phi Mu is... Think Pink... Pink Bar... Ribbit.. Rose and White... Paw Prints... Cosby Night.. Candelights... Memories... Sisterhood... Please Don't Let This Feeling 
End... Sisters are Forever... Carnation ...Sisters... Carnation Ball... Laughter... Smiles... Love... Steel Magnolias... Movies... Olive Garden... Phis... "They said"... 
Scrapbooks... Composites... Rush Retreats... Big and Lfl's... Quadrafoil... Mary, Mary, and Martha... Phi Mu 's Kaleidoscope... Alumnae... Macon Out in Georgia... 
3-D... Senior Wills... Road Trips... Phi Mu's Phantom... TP and Taping... Sir Fidel... Lions... Pink Castles... Procrastination... Why... Pyros... Fire Drills-. Phi 
Dinners... Love, Honor, and Truth... Pink Formals... Paint the World Pink... GO PHI MU!!! 



Phi Mu is the second oldest and fifth largest national sorority. 

Phi Mu was founded on March 4, 1854 at Wesleyan College in Macon, 

Georgia. The Alpha Tau chapter of Phi Mu was founded in 1954. Their 

flower is the rose carnation and their colors are rose and white. Phi 

Mu's mascot is the lion, their jewel is the pearl and their open motto is, 

"The Faithful Sisters." 



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1st Row: Cathem-o Bradley, Nonnie LoFn-nento, Ann Williams, Debbie Overton, Nikki Scobie, Tiffany Crtts. 2nd Row: Shelli 
Shutts, April Precr-.at, Tid-y Ililler, Andrea Zura, Eve Gardner, Kim v ickers. Not Pictured: Debbi.'. Western, Amy Maxfield, Michelle 
Pflaum, Christina Fish, Greta Sullivan, Sue Kolp, Joy Mueller. 



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Down with No One- Cart Wfll Return... Hot Boi„,Tnie Gentlemen... Road trip- Lion Watch- Banquet... Sons of Minerva. 




Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded on March 9, 1856, at the University 
of Alabama at Tuscaloosa. Florida Gamma Chapter was founded on 
November 12, 1949. The Lion represents the chapter's dedication to 
vitality as well as the virtue of being a true gentleman and embracing 
eternal friendship. 



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1st Row: Chris McLaurin, Marc Brockley, Tom Adkinson. 2nd Row: Norm Kaiser, Nick Shirghio, Matt Sennet, Frank Bresk, Bill 
Blomeley.TimLeBlanc. 3rd Row: Joe Merrill, Chris Rakos, Paul Mena, Marcus Cobbe. 4th Row: Jack Fulop, Gabe Alvarado, Nate 
Harris, Jeff Keener. 



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Sigma Chi is... The White Cross... Football Four Seasons Straight... Bid Day... Alumni... Sweetheart, Kristen... Dan AOPI's Sweetheart... Joe AXO Sweetheart.. 
Seed... Ragu... Smitteotape... Ray Victory... Man Danning... Bu Up!... Igma... ANTS... Side Windaahh... Ugly Kid... AXL... Brotheerrrs... Estranged... Sprockets... 
Mush Mouth... Sig Rabbit.. Rehab...22EHigh...VanChessKing... Guy Reefler...Gerber Baby ...Opie... Little Brown Guy... Daytona...LittleSisters...The Norman 
Shield... Daddy Reggie... Retreat... 1-Week... Shirty O' Neill... Grover... Doogie, Behind Jenkins... Bay Bay's Kids... Darryl: 'It's NoBig Deal"... Wife Swapping.. 
High Ideals... Ritual... Committment.. A Way of Life... True Brotherhood... Epsilon Sigma. 



The Sigma Chi Fraternity was founded in 1855 at 

Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. With over 30 active 

brothers, Sigma Chi continues to maintain the high ideals of 

friendship, justice, and learning. Sigma Chi is very 

competitive in intramural sports and other Greek 

competitions. Every year Sigma Chi involves the sororities 

on campus in Derby Days, its largest annual fundraiser. 

Proceeds go to Wheelhouse and the Children's Miracle 

Network. Sigma Chi is more than just a fraternity, it is an 

opportunity and a way of life. 

SIGMA CHI 





1st Row: EricCasteel, Todd Decker, Scott Petro, Jerett Simmons. 2nd Row: Ross Landreth, John Congrove, Nick Arnold, Mike 
Marcell, Bill Brown, Dave Campo. 3rd Row: Brett Bowman, Rich Chapman, Brian Hughes, Ray Inman, Rich McGlynn, Kevin Neill, 
Joe Barnett. 4rd Row: Todd Shettle, Craig Roberts, Mike Smith, Al Dozer, Brian Layton, Bill Rhodes, Chris Asbill. 



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Theta Chi is... Tight.. Homer... Max... Kops... Brooks... Fucr... Rip Club... Nasti Club... X-man Club... Heaven... Home Games... Safeties... Dump truck... Anti/ 
Slack... Jack-A... The Boiler... Latenight.. Votes... A-Leaguers... Room tool... The Dome... Drag it, Skip... Excellence... The Garden... The sock... Mystique... 
Alumni... Road trip... Tanked... Hard core... Brotherhood. 




Theta Chi fraternity was founded in 1856 at Norwich University in 
Norwich, Vermont. The Gamma Delta chapter was introduced to the 
Florida Southern College campus in 1946 and since then has proven to 
be a builder of character and inspirer of true friendship . A brother of 
Theta Chi is not just a member of a fraternity ; he is also part of a 
family. Look for Theta Chi! 



THETA CHI 




Members: Steve Mase, Larry Hawkes, Max Stahnke, Robert Kops, Bryce Kucks, Chris Sorgi, Matt Waldau, Peter Haakon, Tom 
MacDonald, Paul Hannigan, John Turek, Joe Fuer. 



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Zeta Tail Alpha Is...Crown Chapter four years in a row... Mom Huggins... Shari and Sean... Mr. Tate... Seniors... Pill... Lolo... Emz... Nanz... Ria... Sly„ Jillian... 
Vinny-. Libs... Krop... COJOEM.- Swetiheart Rick... KA Rose three years in a row... I know you're joking... Feel free... Believe... Scott... Share with me... Dee, 
Dum, and Dummer... U2 Bound.- Priss.- EG_ ER... Larry, Curley, and Moe... Mr. Greek... Frogs, Crowns, Strawberries... Jamaican me happy... Round-up... 
Friends in ZTA Places.- Senior Poo!_ Toadal Chaos™ House Frank... SNAP.- ZLAM... FUFU... Soccer... Beachcomber... Room Dawgs... Head JA four years in 
a row... Unique but United- Penguin... We're NOT Worthy. 



Zeta Tau Alpha was founded October 15, 1898 at 

Longwood College in Farmville, Virginia. It is the third 

largest national sorority. The Delta Beta chapter was 

founded at Florida Southern in 1957 and is the 99th link in a 

chain of two hundred and twenty chapters. Their colors are 

steel grey and turquoise blue and their flower is the white 

violet. Zeta sponsors the Mr. Greek contest every spring to 

benefit their national philanthropy, the Susan B. Komen 

Breast Cancer Foundation. The FSC Zeta's received the 

highest award given to a Zeta chapter, the Crown Chapter 

Award four years in a row. Zeta Tau Alpha stresses unity 

with individuality. Their open motto is, "Seek the Noblest." 

ZETA TAU ALPHA 





Members: Christina Alfieri, Holly Bicknell, K.C. Canada, Joey Corliss, Donna Deragon, Jill Easton, Kelley Emery, Maria Fallon, 
Jill Greene, Phyllis Gross, Tina Hall, Laurie Hawk, Melanie Hill, Nancy Hoskinson, Holly Huber, Cammie Iosue, Casey Kelly, Erin 
King, Kerry Krichbaum, Jen Macbeth, Libbie Millen, Mickie Montgomery, Lori Nicholason, Tanya Pollnow, Jil| Pugh, Mindy 
Pugsley, Lesley Robichaud, Emily Rohm, Tina Schneider, Emily Schorr, Sharon Schroer, Andrea Stacy, Julie Tackett, Kelly Walls, 
Kim Wilson, Shauna Young, Christina, Younkers, Heather Hedges, Garen Seiler, Amy Booher, Aimee Peeples, Sarah Sotomeyer, 
Janine Cieslak, Karen Cabe, Lesli Powell, Stephanie Lang, Dawn Jorgenson, Eilah Pangrazio, Barbie Edwards. 



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Unity is an inherent part of any 
successful team. A team is a unit in 
which all parts work together for the 
benefit of the whole. The teams at 
FSC set high standards for them- 
selves and together achieve their 
goals through hard work and deter- 
mination. Proof of this is the fact 
that most FSC teams were nation- 
ally ranked this year. The winning 
tradition at Florida Southern Col- 
lege is personified by these talented 
athletes who unite to form teams 
known as the Strikin' Moccasins. 



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The 1992-93 Moccasins opened their season on the sunny beaches of 

Honolulu, Hawaii in the Chaminade Classic. Returning to Lakeland, 

the team compiled a ten-game win streak in mid-season to earn a spot 

in the national rankings. Seniors Larry Murphy, Jesse White, Chris 

Lee, and Reggie Washington combined with junior Bill Drost provide 

the starting line-up. 



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Trainer Hugh Harling, Reggie Washington, Chet Galloway, Larry Murphy, Tim Gatz., Jesse 
White, Student Aide Chris Conley , Asst. Coach Joe Niland, Head Coach Gordon Gibbons, Tony 
Newberg, Scott Head, Chris Lee, Bill Drost, Mike Spain, Marcus Mayer, John Saunders, 
Student Aide Kevin Holmquest, Undergraduate Asst. Coach Mike Madigan. 



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The FSC women's basketball team is led by seniors Dret Borom, 
Rhonda Ross, and Stacey Ungashick.With an average of 19 points 
and almost 6 rebounds per game Ail-American Candidate Stacey 
Ungashick has been the driving force for the Mocs during their 16- 
game win streak, the longest ever in men or women's basketball at 
FSC. This undefeated start earned the Lady Mocs a national ranking 
for the first time since 1986, and the Moccasins are hoping to rank 
first in the SSC and receive a bid to the NCAA tournament. 

WOMEN'S 
BASKETBALL 



Rhonda Ross, Kelly Charron, Stacey Ungashick, Jill Stephens, Ladreda Borom, Tracy Salmon, 
Cindy Shannon, Asst. Coach Dot Schoeller, Asst. Coach Jill Killen, Christy Lindstrand, Allison 
Gerdeman, Angie Smith, Keisha Richardson, Erin Hoag, Keri Bontrager, Head Coach Norm 
Benn, Trainer Nita Hospel, Team Manager Lisa Colaiocco. 



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The Florida Southern Baseball team sets its sights on a 33rd 

season of winning baseball. Their goal this year, as always, is to play 

for and win the national championship, which they have won seven 

times, a feat not accomplished by any other Division II team. 

With an upgraded schedule of nationally-ranked Division I, II, 

and NAIA powers and a hit-and-run team, the Moccasins hope to 

continue their championship tradition. 



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Mike Pratt, Mike Mullen, Adam Faurot, Steve Marchitto, Dave Harris, Eduardo Ferrer, Tim 
Hardee, Donny Scolaro, Brian Dalton, Tommy Taylor, Chris Wagner, Jeff Haag, Mark Ashley, 
Ryan McHugh, Brett Whidden, Rob Turkett, Bobby Slater, Jason Leto, Jon DeClue, Jeff Kamp, 
Brett Fitzgerald, Tom Szimanski, Dylan Murphy, Steve Gressel, Russ Hedgecock, Eddie 
Gaillard, Glenn Getner, Rick Mariucci. 




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This year's softball team features six seniors, two juniors, one sopho- 
more, and six freshmen. Confident in her team preseason, Coach Chris 
Bellotto said, "We had a very productive fall and I feel this group of 
players can hopefully defend the Sunshine State Conference Title we 
have held every year since its inception in 1982." The Lady Mocs 
softball team plays a 52-game schedule featuring 10-12 Top 20 Divi- 
sion II schools. Among the team's aspirations for 1993 is earning a 
bid to regionals for the seventh straight year. 



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Traci Wood, Brandic Britton, Karen Conway, Courtney Asbee, Shelly Davis, Andrea Lavalle, 
Keisha Hardy , Ginger Dudley , Tonya Regoli, Patty Fleig, Deanna Novoa, Wanda Graham, Julie 
Hansen, Asst. Coach Kellie Robinson, Chris Bellotto, Asst. Coach Al Bellotto, Jana Merten, 
Katy Cortelyou. 



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The Moccasin Volleyball team finished this season with a 
ninth place ranking in Division II Volleyball. The Mocs advanced to 
the Division II National Championship Tournament for the fourth 
straight year and received an 1 1th overall mark for national tourna- 
ment appearances since 1978. Individual members of the Moccasin 
Volleyball team have also received Sunshine State Conference 
recognition. Christi Nash was named SSC Player of the Year. Join- 
ing Nash on first team were Jill Stephens, Kelly Fitzgerald, and 
Bridget Renyer. Second team SSC members were Paige DuBois and 
Amy Thoeming. The Mocs finished 27-1 1 for the season and took 
second place in the SSC with a 10-2 record. 



VOLLEYBALL 



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Kathryn Hauge, Kelly Fitzgerald, Missy Meyer, Christi Nash, Paige DuBois, Liza Villareal, 
Michelle Fenner, Jill Stephens, Bridget Renyer, Amy Thoeming, Asst. Coach Susan Freeman, 
Head Coach Lois Webb, Trainer Nita Hospel, Kari VanDeusen, Sharon Schroer, Kellie Wade. 




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The Moccasin Soccer team finished their season with a record of 8- 
10-1. They scored 41 goals and won the Inaugural Mayor's Cup and 
the Strikin' Mocs Invitational. Barry Young led the team with 10 
goals and made second team all-conference. Making honorable 
mention all-conference were team captain Phil Bethea and Jon Idle. 
Phil Bethea and Jon Idle made the all-tournament teams at our tourna- 
ment and the St. Leo tournament. Injuries and illness took a great toll 
on the team and they did not reach their goal of 10-12 wins for the 
season. 



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Peter Vechnak, Rick Fredrickson, John Congrove, Shawn Corgan, Chris McLaurin, Darryl 
Denson, George Gasner, Richard Bauer, James Didato, Jose Hernandez, Jon Idle, Barry Young, 
Brandon Schaffer, David Davis, Asst. Coach Kris Pahl, Nathan Smith, Roberto Rampino, 
Captain Phil Bethea, Frank Bresk, Head Coach Sam Show. 



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The men's and women's cross country teams both finished 9th in the 

Florida State Collegiate Championships while the men finished 5th 

and the women 4th at the Sunshine State Conference meet. Selected 

all-conference were Brian DeAngelis and freshman Jennifer Poole. 

Contributing greatly to the team's efforts were veteran Jason Squitier 

and many new competitors. 

CROSS COUNTRY 




Dawn Clary, Kelley Flanagan, Dawn Kozlowski, Jennifer Poole, Caroline Albertsma. Not 
pictured: Shirley Sullivan, Heidi Deck. 



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Florida Southern has left its mark in the world of golf with three 
members of a National Champion team on the squad. To be excep- 
tional a team must have consistent greatness. This team will again play 
a very demanding schedule but only time will tell if the team can make 
another national mark. 




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Cameron Murray, Corey Doel, Mike Cloer, Jason Brokken, Chad Lucovsky, Doug Clayton, 
Dan Konieczny, Cory Lachambre, Darren Stiles, Kurt Marty, Gary Cona, Coach Charley 
Matlock. 




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Throughout the fall the Lady Mocs practiced to perfect the strokes and 

backhands of winning. Led by Coach Ed Jeffries, the ladies aimed 

high for personal and team goals. With a few new faces and only one 

senior the ladies came together to prove that Moc Tennis is nothing to 

shake a racket at. 



TENNIS 




Caroline Albertsma, Coach Jeffries, Laura Newmark, Jennifer Tedesco, Tonya Williams, >*■* 

Heather Hosking, Rachel Mamolou, Terry Mankowski. 




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The Florida Southern ski team originated in 1948 and now with a 
professional three-event coach, Scott Ellis, the team has high hopes 
for the future. The team's lead skiers include Dan Nelson in the trick 
event, Mark Fazio in slolam and Amy Cromack as the team's lead 
all-around female skier. With these talented skiers and a host of 
newcomers to the team, the FSC team plans to make their mark in all 
collegiate ski tournaments they attend. 



SKI TEAM 





Robin Burrows, Erica Cope, Amy Cromack, Mark Fazio, P.J. Zguzenski, Dan Nelson, Richard 
Moore, Andrew Turner, Bill Glynn, Scott Fessler, Chris Asbill, Nick Shirghio, Coach Scott 
Ellis. 









Cheerleading 

This year's Florida Southern cheer- 
leaders provided entertainment and 
excitement at both the men's and 
women's basketball games. The squad 
was led by senior Dawn Rhoades and 
junior Holly Fairchild. The other 
squad members were enthusiastic 
freshmen who were willing to work. 
In addition to cheering at the games, 
the squad helped with fund raising 
events for the athletic department and 
judged area cheerleading tryouts. 




Christina Truesdell, Nicki Huffman, Deana Sinibaldi, Lyz French, Lea Stone, 
Michelle Norton, April Johnston, Michelle Proux, Heather Spiegel, Captain Dawn 
Rhoades, Holly Fairchild. 



Diamond Girls 

The Diamond Girls have been 
considered a part of the baseball family 
for several years. Formerly called 
"Platemates" and "Moc Bat Girls," the 
members truly show their love and 
dedication to baseball. Acting as PR 
for the baseball team, the girls work in 
the concession stand, sell FSC mer- 
chandise, and host promotional events 
at the home games. 




Stephanie Miller (President), Jennifer Badurak (Vice-President), Allison White, 
Niki Papagianens, Mari Papagianeris (Advisory Board Members), Robin Gayle, 
Kim Gibson, Lanae Lisk, and Steffanie James (not pictured). 



Go Moccasins! 



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Student Life 

Florida Southern offers a 

unique experience for students to work 

and bond together. It's a place not only 

where students can study, but where 

they can enrich their lives spiritually, 

intellectually, and socially. 

As a student you can become involved 

in organizations like AWS, Circle K 

and All Campus Fellowship. SUB 

coordinates events like canoe trips, 

study breaks and special guest 

performances, and students have the 

opportunity to voice their opinions and 

suggestions through the Student 

Government Association. 



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SGA 



The goal of SGA is to 

bring student suggestions to the 

attention of the college 

administration and effectively 

pursue a course of action. 

Environmental awareness has been 

instilled through the SGA 

sponsored recycling program and 

security through the Student Escort 

Service. Community service is 

emphasized with the annual Easter 

Egg Hunt provided for the area's 

underprivileged children. SGA has 

also sponsored several seminars 

focused on student needs. 




SGA Officers: Lone Gleason, Sara Rust, Brett Freese, and Holly Higginbotham. 



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The Student Union Board (SUB) has one 
main goal-FUN! Adventurous canoe trips, 
exciting theme parks, Friday flicks, free ski 
days, and study breaks featuring your 
favorite edibles are all discovered through 
SUB. SUB sponsors these events to unite 
students and welcomes everyone. 
Join the fun-Join SUB. 



Can you tell me which way to the library? 

SUB OFFICERS: Donna Koewler, Jim Evans, Julie 
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AWS 



The Association ofWomen Students 

(AWS) unifies the women students at 

FSC and promotes the involvement of 

women in academic as well as social 

activities. This year AWS is 

responsible for establishing the Miss 

Florida Southern Scholarship Pageant. 

This will bring attention to the college 

and create further awareness of the 

campus as a whole. 

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AWS: Cindy Arp, Nicole Bom, Wendy Bridges, 

Cara Broughton, Robin Burrows, Jennifer Coit, 

Deny Diemoz, Lisa Dittebrand, Holly Fellers, Eve 

Gardner, Chris Heneisen, Holly Higinbotham, Tracy 

Hiller, Cindy Jarvis, Melinda Johnston, Missy Jones, 

Jill Kalinowski, Nancy Kalna, Lisa Kasza, Jennifer 

Kenl, Lisa Koch, Jenny Mollison, Moniquc 

Montgomery, Jennifer Newsome, Kim Niebauer, 

Holly Oostuhouell, Stephanie Overton, Jill Payne, 

Keisha Richardson, Shandra Sewall, Dawn Sievers, 

Vikki Sparkman, Erica Vann, Leslie Wenenger, Jill 

Willis, and Heather Wilson. 

Kellie Chaplin, Vikki Sparkman, Dean Hugh 

Moran, and Nancy Kalna attend a conference 

for the Miss Florida Southern Pageant. 




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JA's & RA's 

Every year, a new group of JA's and 
RA's are chosen to help new students 
learn about life at FSC. Throughout 
O-week and through the year, advisors 
help new students adjust to college 
life. They are ready and willing to 
help with any problems or answer any 
questions that come up. JA's and 
RA's bring their sections closer 
together, helping to create a sense of 
comfort and friendship. 




Resident Advisors 

Brian Abdon, Hank Brain, 
Matt Brown, Jim Evans, 
Ross Landreth, John 
Vondruska, Kevin 
McCranie, Brant Menswar. 
Not Pictured: Brett Freese, 
David Gulli, Scott Lilly. 



Junior Advisors 

Vikki Sparkman, Lorie 
Gleason, Kathy Ferrara, 
Missy Turbeville, Julie 
Kent, Holly Higinbotham, 
April Precourt, Casey Kelly, 
Maria Fallon, Tanya 
Pollnow, Kim Pickering. 



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Miss Molly's and Mr. Moc's are 
students who help incoming 
freshmen and transfers feel 
welcome at Florida Southern. 
They are responsible for 
corresponding with new students 
during the summer and assisting 
during Orientation events. Their 
dedication and enthusiasm are 
facets that help make Florida 
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PANHELLENIC 
&IFC 

The Panhellenic Council governs all six national 

sororities and the Inter-Fraternity Council 

governs the seven national fraternities at Florida 

Southern College. Panhellenic organizes a variety 

of activities for greek women, such as faculty 

appreciation, scholarship programs, and along 

with Inter-Fraternity Council, Greek Week. 

These councils are comprised of members from 

each sorority and fraternity with committees 

chaired by those who are elected to represent 

each sorority and fraternity. 

Roomates, sisters, friends— Steph Brown and Debbie Wiemken 

value sorority life. 



Panhellenic: Nancy Kalna, 

Susanne Fontana, Lori 

Nicholson, Heather Brown, 

Terry Oakley, Julie Kent, 

Coleen McCreanor, Laurie 

Hawk, Elisa Hamm, Sara 

Rust, Tresa Turvin, Paige 

Farmer, Elisa Bedell, Maria 

Fallon, Holly Higinbotham 

and Tiffany Cutis. 

IFC: Kevin Neill, Santiago 

Escobar, John Turek, and 

Mike Carter. 




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AMBASSADORS 

This year marked the third successful year for 
the Southern Ambassador program. FSC's 
Ambassadors serve as a liaison between the 
college and prospective students by giving 
guided tours of FSC's renowned Frank Lloyd 
Wright campus. Our Southern Ambassadors 
may also be seen hosting various dinners as well 
as assisting during FSC's "Day On Campus." 
Selected by admissions and faculty, being a 
Southern Ambassador is not a job but an honor. 
We look forward to many more years of 
successful service to Florida Southern College. 

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student. 





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Ambassadors 

Denise Ashdown, Holly Higinbothm, 
Tara Wise, Jenene Gargiulo, Vikki 
Sparkman, Tracey Ross, Laura Speier, 
Steffi Lang, Mark Caldwell, Hank 
Brain, Vinny Iosue, Brad Scott, Kevin 
Sandridge, Chris Schmidt, Matt 
Miloch, Christina Younkers, Maria 
Fallon, Kim Vickers, Susan Meltzer, 
Brett Freese, Jake Bast, Jill Willis, 
Julie Tackett, Ken Bailey, Tucky 
Davis, Sean McLaurin, Hank Carter, 
Shannon Jarret, Judy Niemann, 
Andrew Bair, and Mike Carter. 



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INTRAMURALS 

Through the intramural program, Florida 

Southern offers students the chance to enjoy the 

outdoors while participating in friendly 

competition. Dorms and organizations form 

teams that compete in various sports enabling 

students to exercise and have a good time. FSC 

Intramurals bring students together for fun-filled 

competition as each team strives to achieve the 

All Sports Champions Title. 



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Happiness is being a part of FSC intramurals. 



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Best Buddies is a non-profit international 
volunteer program designed to promote 
friendships between college students and 
individuals with mental retardation. These 
relationships are developed by going to the 
movies, on campus sporting events, concerts, 
participating together in recreational activities, 
or by simply picking up the phone to say hello. 
Most of all, Best Buddies is about having and 
being a friend. 



Best Buddies 

Cara Broughton, Beth 
Browning, Daniel Cuthbertson, 
Reba Dunn, Spring Holland, 
Brandy Huff, Kerry 
Krichbaum, Jennifer Richer, 
Laura Roberts, Kathryn Rozier, 
Tracy Brock, Deny Diemoz, 
Dina Kolonoski, Lazarus 
Mitchell, Anne Sawyer, 
Melissa Tobin, Kelly Walls, 
Jessica Handley, and Lesley 
Robichaud. Not pictured: 
Dawn Kozlowski, and Tara 
Kramar. 



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Religious Life 

Florida Southern offers a wide variety of on campus and 

off campus christian groups including Wesley, All 

Campus Fellowship, Bible Studies, Chapel Choir, CCF 

and Tower of Power. FSC also has a chapel service and 

a Roman Catholic service. These organizations strive to 

meet the needs of the students and keep the campus 

shining for God. 



All Campos Fellowship 

Chaplain Standley, Dan 

Murphy, John Snyder, Lynn 

Bosscher, Keith Denny, Melissa 

Tobin, Charlie Reeb, Michelle 

Miller, Todd Devore, Dr. Healy, 

Jeri Melroy, Carmen Bilhardt, 

Jennifer Hamer, Angie 

Didomineck, April Hallman, 

Melinda Johnston, Chad 

Greathouse, Sue Kulp, Steph 

James, and Nate Guteras. 



Wesley 

Nate Guteras, Dena Oclom, 

Charlie Reeb, Keith Denny, 

John Snyder, Mark Caldwell, 

Chaplain Standley, MJ 

Michaels, Dawn Kozlowski, 

Stephanie James, Jennifer 

Hamer, Sue Kulp, Chad 

Greathouse, Cindy Penny, and 

Jara McClary. 



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is a modem day hero. 





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Circle K 



Circle K is a collegiate service and social club 
sponsored by Kiwanis International. Members of 
Circle K offer their time and services to various 
service endeavors in the community each year. 
Some of these service activities include helping 
with chapel services, volunteering at the Cleveland 
Court Elementary School carnival, volunteering at 
special Olympics, adopting a family at Christmas, 
and adopting a highway. Through the 
conscientious efforts of Circle K and Kiwanis, a 
successful year was had by all. 

Wanted: Rabid squirrel known to attack unsuspecting FSC 
students. Reward for information leading to its capture. 





We are separate but united by 
Circle K. 



Circle K: Tara Kramax, 
Nonnie Lofrumento, Amber 
Ziemba, Beth Leve, Paula De 
Sousa, Keith Denny, Megan 
Leahy, Wanda Rene, Tanya 
Pollnow, Deanna Odom, Padna 
Rajaran. 



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International 
Students 

The International Students Association strives 

to educate Florida Southern students 

concerning cultural similarities and diversities 

around the world. They promote international 

friendliness and goodwill. 



International Students Association: George Torri, PaulaDeSousa, 
Mohan Kulasingam, Nancy Kalna, Ryan Palis, and Kyoji Kobayashi 




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didn't. 




"We are here to pump- YOU UP!" Kai Brusewitz and Bemd Jacobi practice their favorite 

Saturday Night Live routine. 



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Senior Class 



It is said that unity can be achieved 
through variety in its parts. 
As we come to the end of another leg of 
life's journey, we eagerly anticipate what is in 
store for us as we boldly continue on our 
venture toward a new tomorrow. Together we 
will explore these endless possibilities and new 
frontiers. Happy memories are etched, cap- 
tured within the pages we share for a lifetime 

and beyond. 

We have reached a turning point in our 

lives; formal education for many of us is now 

coming to an end. As we enter the 'real world,' 

we won't find the answers to our questions in 

the back of a book anymore. 

Greg Premo and Steve Lose's friendship will last even after graduation. 




Pete Gomes helps out at intramural softball by keeping score. 

Julie Westendorf, Tracey Chaires, Christina Collins, and Kathy Ferrara 

show their unity. 










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Shannon E. Agnew 

James Aker 

Caroline A. Albertsma 

Jeff Allebom 

Angela M. Apostol 



Nicholas F. Arnold 

Denise E. Ashdown 

Scott R. Austin 

Kenneth M. Bailey 

Cheray N. Balentine 




Senior Spotlights 

Brett William Freese 

Brett William Freese, a double major in Financial and 
Marketing Management, is originally from Franklin Township, New 
Jersey. While at Florida Southern College, Brett has served as student 
ambassador, resident advisor, president and treasurer of SGA, 
president of Order of Omega, an officer in Lambda Chi Alpha 
Fraternity, and is a member of Phi Chi Theta. Brett has received the 
honors of Dean's List, and Who's Who Among American College 
Students, and in his free time enjoys baseball, golf, landscaping, and 
investing in financial securities. Brett has learned during his college 
life to interact with people from different backgrounds, races, and 
religions, and to be committed to God' s truth in all aspects of life. His 
future plans are to advance within the financial department of a major 
corporation, acquire a master's degree in business, and devote time 
and effort to God, family and country. 




David Banfield 

Tricia L. Banks 

Carolyn A. Barnett 

John A. Bazley II 

Douglas Becker 



Michelle L. Becker 

Shannon D. Beckett 

Janice L. Berry 

Phillip Bethea 

Ian M. Bethune 




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James T. Boschulte Jr. 
Jennifer R, Bouw 
Brian Boushie 
Brett K. Bowman 



Wendy J. Bridges 
George H. Britton III 
Carl Brosky 
Stephanie M. Brown 
William Brown 



Kathryn C. Canada 
Leslie Carlton 
Jima G. Carnes 
Candice A. Carrico 
Terry P. Carter 



Harry A. Cassarino 
Jennifer A. Cayer 
Christina Cerbino 
Tracy A. Chaires 
Christina L. Ch'ng 



Geoffrey H. Chretien 
Jeanne M. Claycomb 
Christina M. Collins 
Renee L. Cook 
Louisa Cullem 



Keli A. Davis 
Peter P. Davis 
Rutledge L. Davis 
Adrian \. Dean 
Heidi L. Deck 



John R. Dees 
Terrence S. Delikat 
Darryl R. Denson 
Joanna Dicarlo 
Amy S. Died rick 






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Caroline Dillon 

Benjamin S. Dink ins 

John T. Doherty Jr. 

Stephen J. Douglas 

Kathryn A. Dowdy 



Christine Drake 

William D. Drost 

Chad M. Dunbar 

Jillian Easton 

April C. Edwards 




Senior Spotlights 

Lazarus Maurice Mitchell 

Lazarus Maurice Mitchell is an Art Communications major 
from Bradenton, Florida. His goal after graduation is to work in 
computer graphics and animation at Industrial Lights and Magic, 
Walt Disney, or Universal Studios. Lazarus' activities include 
participation in chapel services, chapel choir, and Best Buddies, and 
membership Omicron Delta Kappa, Kappa Pi, and Students for the 
Exploration and Development of Space. Lazarus stated, "The most 
important thing I have learned at FSC is that the instructors can be 
as close to you as your father or mother, and your classmates can 
become like brothers and sisters." Lazarus spends his free time 
pursuing astronomy, art history, music, computers and audio 
technology. 




Tracy Edwards 

Jerry Risen 

Santiago Escobar 

James P. Evans 

Maria T. Fallon 



Kenneth Faneuff 

Robert E. Fannin Jr. 

Trade Paige Farmer 

Jennifer Fassman 

Andrea K. Fellner 



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Scott A. Ferguson 
Katherine Ferrara 
Jamie Ferris 
Tory Field 
Amy M. Fisher 



Jeffrey S. Fletcher 
Kristine C. Focht 
Alan Fontana 
Susanne Fontana 
Andrew E. Forness 



Tamara Fox 
Julie A. Freeman 
Brett W. Freese 
Evelyn S. Gardner 
Chris Gannon 



Jalonne K. Gcrna/ian 
Dora Giglio 
Peter Gomes 
Charlotte Gopher 
Morris S. Griffith 



Phyllis M. Gross 
Marsha Hamilton 
Melissa L. Haralson 
Melanie A. Hardin 
Deana L. Hartman 



Kimberly A. Harvey 
Lisa Hawkins 
Michael A. Haynes 
Emily D. Heath 
Susan M. Henning 



Leslie C. Heydt 
Melanie Hill 
Kristina Hilson 
Jeffrey A. Hitt 
Erin A. Hollifield 



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Cindy Hoskinson 

Nancy Hoskinson 

Carole L. Hower 

Holly L. Huber 

Jennifer Hunt 



Raymond M. Inman Jr. 

Lisa Intagliata 

Vincent F. Iosue 

Michelle L. Jackson 

Mark G. Jaehnigen 




Senior Spotlights 

Cathy A. Pike 

A native of Lakeland, Florida, Cathy A. Pike is a Biology 
major, whose goals following graduation are to teach science at the 
secondary level and to later further her education through a graduate 
program. Cathy's activities include FSC Symphonic Band, Phi Eta 
Sigma, FSC cheerleader, USO Troupe, Phi Mu Alpha Sweetheart, 
Order of Omega, Sophomore Student Government Representative, 
Miss Molly, Student Representative of Curriculum Committee, 
Founder's Day Committee, Honor Walk Committee, and Who's 
Who Committee. Cathy's awards and achievements include President's 
Scholar, Sophomore of the Year, Reuter Scholarship, Who's Who 
Among American Colleges and Universities, Miss Brandon 1991, 
Miss Tampa 1992, and Top Ten placement in the Miss Florida 
Pageant in 199 1 and 1992. When asked the most important thing she 
has learned at FSC, Cathy said, "There are so many different types 
of people in this world. Instead of judging others, learn from them." 
The motto Cathy lives by is simply "Be a good example." 




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Dolores A. Jauregui 

Christopher Jenkins 

Julie A. Jenkins 

James Johnson 



Jana P. Johnson 

James E. Johnston 

Michael J. Jones 

Christopher J. Karo 

Julie L. Kent 



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Trina A. Knotts 
David Kondor 
Kerry L. Krichbaum 
Susan C. Kulp 
Jennifer Lahnovdi 



Alicia D. Lewis 
Scott Lily 
Tricia Lobaugh 
Richard J. Lofink 
Dannielle Longpre 



Steven S. Lose 
Edward Lugo 
Scott Lutz 
C. V. Truit Mach 
Deanne E. M alley 



Tracey Vlallin 
Pamela M. Maples 
Kayo Maponla 
Mike Marcetl 
Jeffrey Marchitto 



Lisa M. Marichal 
Richard A. Marino 
Tracey Matkovich 
Lon G. McCormick 
Audrey K. McDowell 



William R. McGlynn 
William R. McDvaine 
Candice M. Mc Rae 

J and K. Mc Tarnaghan 
WOliam K. Mdvin Jr. 



Brant C. Menswar 
Jana S. Merten 
Mary Jane Michaels 
Michael A. Micucci 
Elizabeth Millen 



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Dona Miller 
Stephanie S. Miller 
Matthew D. Miloch 

Holly Minix 
Daniel Moenning 



Lisa Moffett 

Michelle Montgomery 

Monique D. Montgomery 

Stephanie C. Moorhcad 

Marie G. Morse 




Senior Spotlights 

Noel C. Slater 

Noel C. Slater is an English major from Pittsburgh, 
Pennsylvania, whose motto is to live life to its fullest and never take 
it for granted. Noel has served as Lambda Chi Alpha risk manager, 
vice president and president, Omicron Delta Kappa president, 
treasurer of Order of Omega , captain of the Water Ski team, Mr. 
Moc, and is a member of Phi Eta Sigma. Noel's hobbies include 
water skiing, snow skiing, and ice hockey. Among the awards Noel 
has received are FSC Academic Merit Award, Reuter Scholarship, 
Dean's List, and Who's Who Among American College Students. 
Noel has quoted Tennessee Williams as saying, "the future is called 
'perhaps' which is the only possible thing to call the future. And the 
important thing is not to allow thai to scare you." 



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Dawn M. Mura 

Brendan J. Murphy 

Larry Murphy 

Daniel K. Nelson 



Lori Nicholson 

Brian A. Nottage 

Cynthia K. Oakley 

Ronald E. Oakley Jr. 

Kelly S. O'donnell 




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Thomas E. O'fallon 
Kimberly A. Olson 
Sharon L. Ott 
Deborah R. Overton 
Vicky Pagel 



Elizabeth Parham 
Joseph Parker 
Donna L. Pasley 
Dane P. Peachee 
Joanna M . Perez 



Jessica R. Perry 
Guy D. Petrone 
Danielle L. Phypers 
Cathy A. Pike 
April L. Precourt 



Gregory Premo 
Melinda Pugsley 
John J. Radaker 
Daniel R. Radebaugh 
Vicki S. Rasco 



SaUy M. Reed 
Mark E. Reemelin 
Vdda Y. Rexach 
Rachelle A. Reynolds 
Emily M. Rohm 



Diane K. Roosa 

Sara Rust 

Virginia M. Sandbrook 
Emily B. Schorr 
Malissa J. Schrader 



Adam A. Shaivitz 
Todd A. Shettle 
Holly S. Shields 
Nicholas A. Shirghio 
Daniel P. Shoemaker 



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Shelli L. Shutts 

Susan L. Simmons 

Noel C. Slater 

Frederick K. Smith 

Kristi L. Smith 



Misty A. Smith 

Edward Smoak Jr. 

Bradley Snow 

John Snyder 

Laura J. Speier 




Senior Spotlight 

Julia Marie Westendorf 

Julia Marie Westendorf resides in Bradenton, Florida, but 
is originally from Cinncinnati, Ohio. A Business Marketing major, 
her goal after graduation is to attend paralegal school and start a 
career in a corporate law firm. While at Florida Southern College, 
Julia has served as SGA vice president and Senior class president, 
Alpha Omicron Pi chapter relations officer, junior advisor, Delta 
Sigma Pi Business Fraternity vice president, Order of Omega 
member, freshman, sophomore and junior chorale member, secretary 
of Panhellenic, and Founder's Week Committee member. Julia has 
also been recognized in Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities, and has learned during her years at FSC that, "without 
the support of your friends and family, you will not go far." Julia 
enjoys being outdoors and spending time with her friends, and her 
advice to others is as follows: "Life is a journey so make the best 
of it; if you don't, it will have been a waste of time." 




Jeffery Spolyar 

Malia M. Sprinkle 

Michael D. Stewart 

Jennifer Stoval 

David S. Strong 



Paula J. Stutzman 

Timothy Sypko 

Klmberly R. Thornton 

Kevin T human 

Michelle L. Turbeville 




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John Turek 
Tresa Turvin 
Stacey J. Ungashick 
Ronald Urban 
Sherry M. Varnum 



John M. Vondruska 
Mina M. Vorce 
Beth A. Walsh 
Brian P. Walsh 
Reginald Washington 



Darrell W. Webb 
Julia M. Westendorf 
Deborah L. Weston 
Melissa L. Whatley 
Jana Whiddon 



Jesse R. White 
John W. White Jr. 
Roderick White 
Deborah L. Wiemken 
Marie C. Wills 



Rachel S. Wills 
Frances R. Wilson 
Kimbcrly J. Wilson 
Melissa A. Winkler 
Shauna L. Young 



Christina A. Younkers 



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Natalie Niekro, Wendy Littler, and Ashley Leech pose for a picture following 

convocation. 

Max Stahnke can't believe the Bucs lost again. 



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An unfamiliar seriousness is discovered 

once you begin your junior year. The classes get 

harder and the time you have left at Florida 

Southern grows ever shorter. The worries of a 

senior have not yet materialized, yet the comfort 

of the sophomore and excitement of the freshman 

are sentiments of the past. 

The time has arrived for reflection on 

unfulfilled goals and accomplishment of things 

not yet experienced. All of your experiences 

form an attitude, a feeling that is truly you. As a 

junior, you know what your successes are, and 

you look forward to the future you will create for 

yourself. 



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Aaron C. Adams 

David J. Adams 

Elizabeth E. Airth 

Gabriel M. Alvarado 

Jason D. Aqufla 



Courtney E. Asbee 
Mark W. Ashley 
Maria A. Avalos 
Annie M. Avery 
Robyn L. Avery 



Diane M. Babinea 

Jennifer A. Badurak 

Deana L. Bennett 

Alicia T. Berree 

Holly J. Bickndl 



Carmen M. BQhardt 

James B. Bindschadler 

Wflliam T. Blomeley Jr. 

Dayna Blundo 

Amy E. Booher 



Catherine A. Bradley 

Henry K. Brain 

Kyle P. Brophy 

Chris D. Brown 

Heather A. Brown 



Jason C. Brown 

Karen L. Brown 

Matthew A. Brown 

Nicole A. Brozyna 

Amanda M. Bush 



Mark C. Caldwell 

Thomas H. Cangley 

Kellie M. Chaplin 

Richard L. Chapman 

Dixie L. Choate 




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Carol J. Christenson 
Bonnie L. Clark 
Sylvia A. Clark 
Deanna A. Colborn 
Austin W. Coleman 



Christopb G. Conley 
Debbie L. Cook 
Erica Y. Cope 
Amy L. Cromack 
Julia L. Cunningham 



Tiffany D. Cutts 
Cristina Y. Daniels 
Brian De Angdis 
Susan L. Demarest 
Darrin R. Diem 



Zacbariah L. Diet/ 
Ronald Difava 
Alan I) Dozer 
Angela B. Dubendorfer 
Ginger L. Dudley 



Michael D. Durhan Jr. 
Kelley L. Emery 
Donna C. Evans 
Amy S. Farrdl 
Roxanna L. Fa/Jin 



Andrea D. Finn 
Mary S. Fort 
Richard B. Fredrickson 
Julian E. Gaillard IV 
Chet K. Galloway 



George A. Gansner 
Miriam I. Garrastegui 
Robin S. Gayle 
Heather M. Gifford 
Kristie L. Gilford 



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Lorie D. C.leason 

Wanda Y. Graham 

Chad A. Greathouse 

Clark E. Green 

Jill N. Greene 



David J. Gulli 

Ricarlos Guzman 

Jeffrey G. Haag 

Bonnie L. Haberman 

Christina L. Hall 



April L. Hall man 

Risa J. Hamm 

Cynthia B. Hansen 

Leslie A. Harbison 

Jennifer A. Harris 



David P. Hassdman Jr. 

Janice E. Hasty 

Christine E. Heintzelman 

Christianne Heneisen 

Brent Hering 



Alana D. Higgs 

Holly D. Higinbotham 

John W. Hildenbrand 

Jennifer L. HOliard 

Nicole R. Hills 



Deana R. Hodges 

Kenneth W. Hodsdon 

Carmda F. Iosue 

Majid A. Iqbal 

Kelly A. Jackson 



David K. Jams hid 

Carrie S. Johnson 

Matthew K. Johnson 

Julie M. Jones 

Peter E. Jones 




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Christopher T. Kamberg 
Jeffrey T. Kamp 
Zachary C. Kaplan 
Lisa M. Kasza 
Casey Kelly 



Elisabeth A. Kleinmann 
Robert J. Kops 
Stefanie K. Lang 
Matthew S. Laws 
Vivian L. Layton 



Timothy D. Leblanc 
Christopher A. Lee 
Lory M. Lee 
Larry K. Legg 
Kristina H. Lenseth 



Jason S. Leto 
Lyn A. Lickliter 
Lanae C. Lisk 
Nanina Lofrumento 
Chad S. Lucovsky 



Marisol Lugo 
Cynthia L. Mabry 
Jennifer L. Mackler 
Donna A. Martin 
Josephina A. Martin 



Kurt Marty 
Lawrence T. Maxwell 
Kristina E. McBride 
Coleen M. McCreanor 
Michelle E. Means 



Julie B. Meer 
Janet M. Meginley 
Susan M. Meltzer 
Catherine G. Mebin 
Paul Mena 



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Michelle M. Miller 

Jerrie D. Milner 

Julianne L. Mohler 

Joy J. Mueller 

Michael P. Mullen 



Ellen N. Muse 

Mark J. Neitzke 

Anthony C. Newberg 

Jane S. Newell 

Laura L. Nofi 



Carolyn G. Norton 

Theresa M. Oakley 

Nancy E. Oates 

Kilah I. Pangrazio 

Birju B. Patel 



Christopher Pearson 

Sondra M. Pearson 

Mary C. Perez 

Tanya A. Pollnow 

Denise L. Pontuti 



Trlcia L. Powers 

JfllE.Pugh 

Jennifer C. Race 

Roberto Rampino 

Mark L. Raponi 



Lynn Reiland 

Dawn M. Rhoades 

Jules M. Roma 

Kevin D. Ryan 

Tracy E. Salmon 



Tracy L. Santo 

Julie A. Sargeant 

Thomas J. Scharfenstein 

Christopher R. Schmidt 

Sharon M. Schroer 



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Edward VV. Schwabeland 
Bradley L. Scott 
Todd P. Shdbaugh 
Stacy L. Sberbon 
Joseph B. Sberrod 



Christine A. Shiver 
Beverly A. Smith 
Jennifer A. Smith 
Vikki M. Spark man 
Jason M. Squitier 



Jennifer L. Stein 
Shirley J. Sullivan 
Sheila R. Sutphin 
Daniel K. Sutton 
Jennifer K. Swisher 



Thomas M. Taylor 
Jennifer Tedesco 
Amy K. Thoeming 
Heather R. Thomas 
Donald B. Thompson 



Jon M.Thornton 
Gregory A. Tomlin 
Gerhard Toth 
Melanie k. Truitt 
Kenneth K. Turner II 



Christuph J. Tynan 
Karin L. Upmeyer 
Robert A. Vazquez 
Kimberly D. Vickers 
Grant M. Wainscott 



Charles J. Walbroel 
Ashley L. Wallace 
Kelly E. Walls 
Byron G. Westerfield 
John C. Williamson 



109 Juniors 



Jill N. Willis 

Tara E. Wise 

Chad E. Witham 

Candy L. Wood 

Courtney P. Wright 



Timothy S. Wright 

Marcus P. Zfflman II 

Jeffrey V. Zottola 




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Sophomore Class 



The sophomores have survived the uncer- 
tainty of their freshman year and they look 
forward to three more years of college life. Their 
collegiate journey is far from finished, and only 
dedication, along with the passage of time, can 
ensure its completion. 
The sophomore year is not a beginning nor an 
ending; it is a time of realistic expectations, a 
familiarity met with freedom and progress. This 
year is important. The decision of academic 
concentration and the CLAST exam await as 
sophomores strive toward junior status. 



Mike Trotla walks back from class after making a 
perfect score on a test. 




Are you talking to us? Jack Fulop and Jeff Keener are ready for 

anything. 

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111 Sophomores 



Brian P. Abdon 

Eric W. AbcU 

Dara J. Adams 

Tamotsu Akiyama 

Christina M. Alfieri 



Mary E. Allen 

Kevin J. Alvarez 

Holly E. Aumack 

Andrew D. Bair 

Mary J. Barrera 



Eric A. Barton 

Jacob J. Bast 

Nicole M. Bedard 

ElLsa L. BedeU 
Wreth E. Bonham 



Matthew J. Boyce 
Frank J. Bresk III 
Tracey A. Brock 
Marc A. Brockley 
Toni L. Butterfleld 



Karen L. Cabe 
Denise A. Cappello 
Michael A. Carter 

Eric D. Casteel 
Timothy J. Cheney 



Janine M. Cieslak 

Bfth A. Clark 

Kimberlea B. Clark 

Dawn M. Clary 

Lisa Colaiocco 



Padget E. Cole 
Brian D. Cone 

Karen A. Conway 
Mark A. Cook 

Joanne L. Corliss 




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Deborah J. Craig 
Talitha Daddona 
Jennifer L. Daniel 
David L. Davis 
Keith W Denny 



Richard P. Depianta 
Jill M. Diaz 
Deborah C. Drabent 
Angelia R. Duggan 
Rebalynn Dunn 



Carolann Durkalec 
Barbra L. Edwards 
Brian K. Kiss 
Stephen E. Ekes 
Adam T. Elder 



Jennifer L. Etzkorn 
David Fecht 
Christine N. Fessel 
Scott A. Fessler 
Christina A. Fish 



Brett S. Fitzgerald 
Kelly C. Fitzgerald 
William J. F. Frederick 
Melissa L. Gajdos 
Susan E. Galuska 



Jenene R. Gargiulo 
Timothy M. Gatz 
Dorean L. Gibson 
Amanda L. GDI 
Eugene C. Goff 



Mark E. Green 
Steve L. Gressel 
Noel S. Groe 
Nathan T. Guteras 
Peter C. Haakon 



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113 Sophomores 



Amy N. Haralson 
Emily D. Harris 

Nathan A. Harris 
Laurie J. Hawk 

Larry T. Hawkes 



John L. Hazel 

Russell L. Hedgecock 

Heather L. Hensley 

Jose M. Hernandez-Campos 

Tracy A. Hiller 



David R. Hodges 

Ingun K. Hoel 

Lynn E. Hollis 

MilUcent P. Horton 

Brian R. Hughes 



Donald Humphrys 

Johnathon Idle 

Eric R. Johnson 

Wendy D. Johnson 

Karen D. Jorgensen 



Timothy J. Kaiser 

JQ1 T. Kalinowski 

Marvin L. Keys 

Amy M. Knollinger 

Lisa A. Koch 



Dlna L. Kolonoski 

Michael A. Kreusch 

Jacob S. Kuska 

Ross M. Landreth 

Sara E. Laucrman 



Kena D. Leak 

Katberine A. Leech 

Jacquelyn A. LiCausi 

Wendy M. Littler 

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Chad M. MagnusoD 
Paula A. Malfitano 
Den ise Malm 
Rachel E. Mamolou 
Richard M. Marhicci 



Scott T. Martz 
Tara E. McClary 
Kevin D. McCrank 
Lorraine E. McKay 
David C. McLaurin 



Sean M. McLaurin 
Wuliam L. Meehan 
Anita P. Mehrer 
Jeri K. Mdroy 
Joseph F. Merrill 



Barbara A. Merritt 
Stacey A. Mesyn 
Melissa A. Meyer 
Todd M. Michaud 
Carrie A. Miller 



Mdinda S. Miller 
Terry L. Mfllerjr 
Jennifer C. Moilison 
Melanie K. Moye 
Darren G. Munzing 



Daniel B. Murphy 
Jennifer J. Murray 
Jennifer R. Musgrove 
Christina A. Nash 
Kevin L. Ncill 



Susan L. Nelson 
Laura M. Newmark 
Natalie L. Niekro 
Judith A. Niemann 
Kelli K. O'Ddl 



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Rebecca F. Olmsted 

Eric B. Olsen 

Steven C. Owen, II 

Dotniniki I. Papagianneris 

Aimee L. Peeples 



Cynthia A. Penney 

Drew W. Phypers 

Jason W. Pitts 

MihaelPolak 

Lesli M. PoweU 



Stacia E. Prior 

Stacey D. Proctor 

KeUey J. Purvis 

Steven T. Raja vich 

William A. Rice 



Jennifer A. Richer 

Thomas M. Riley 

Lara A. Riordan 

Carlos E. Rivera 

Lesley A. Robichaud 



Melissa C. Ross 

Tracey L. Ross 

Lory A. Rosynsky 

Bryan B. Rutledge 

Kevin M. Sandridge 



Yamira Santos 

Andrew T. Sapp 

Anne E. Sawyer 

Jennifer M. Schmid 

Jessica L. Schneider 



Tina E. Schneider 

NikkiS.Scobie 

Garen M. Seller 

Matthew Sennet 

Cynthia M. Shannon 




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Lisa M. Shenefield 
Liza A. Smith 
Mirhael A. Smith 
Christoph Sorgi 
Cade P. Stafford 



Craig P. Stanley 
Christopher M. Stedem 
Jill A. Stephens 
Kathryn L. Stepnicka 
Darron G. Stiles 



Heather L. Stock 
Brandon A. Stritch 
Stephanie C. Stubenrauch 
Christen A. Sullivan 
Stacy M. Summers 



Thomas W. S/,imanski 
Julie L. Tackett 
Joseph R. Taylor III 
Charles A. Thompson 
Tara C. Thompson 



Scott W. Thuman 
Jennifer E. Tibboles 
Jonathan S. Tolson 
Jessica L. Traupman 
Michael R. Trotta 



Hoi Kit Tse 
Andrew D. Turner 
Ryan S. Turner 
Christopher L. Vazquez 
Raymond C. Veras 



Aurora E. Vicas 
MoUy D. Vogt 
Allison L Volpe 
Matthew G. Waldau 
Shawn M. Wallace 



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Sonla M. Ward 

Shanaka L. Weerasooriya 

Edward J. Weinberg 

Leslie A. Weninger 

Anthony G. Westbrock 



Brett T. Whidden 

Allison M. White 

Ann M. Williams 

Kimberly M. Williams 

Stacy A. Williams 



Chad C. Wills 

Heather D. Wilson 

Kitten B. Woods 

Barry M. Young 

Andrea L.Zuza 




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Freshman Class 



Freshmen at Florida Southern represent various 

regions of America and the world. These students bring 

together an array of ideas and cultures. As a freshman 

one's classmates are unfamiliar and the endeavor of 

making friends may seem impossible. Students struggle 

as freshmen to find their own identities within the 

diversity of their classmates. 

The decision to attend college addresses a 

turning point in one's life. The transition from high 

school to college faces freshmen with the challenge of 

finding a balance between enjoying newly found 

freedom and conquering a tougher academic routine. 

Despite their diversity and the challenges they face, the 

freshmen have laid the groundwork for their college 

education at FSC. 



You can tell by their faces--it's great to be a 
freshman at FSC! 




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Guys and girls pose for a picture in Joseph 
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Harold M. Abbott 

Thomas P. AdkLsson 

Clyde E. Aiken 

Kristi A. Akerstrom 

Joseph R. Albritton 

Joseph Alvarez II 



Lawrence T. Amann 

Lisa C. Amnion 

KrtstSto Andersen 

Amanda M. Anderson 

Richard M. Anderson 

Christina L. Anthony 



Lina M. Ardila 

Emily J. Arline 

Cindy L. Arp 

Ruby A. Arthur 

Kathy S. Atkins 

Cherie A. Baker 



Robert L. Ball 

David D. Barinowski 

Joseph M. Barnett 

Suzanne E. Baron 

Trade L. Barrett 

Brad M. Barton 



Travis M. Bashaw 

Richard A. Bauer 

Katherine A. Begley 

Carmen J. Bell 

Paul D.Bell. 

Erin K. Bender-Orr 



Kaylee A. Bennett 

Joseph H. Bernet 

Dawn C. Bibby 

KrLstina D. Biberstine 

David P. Bierkan 

Barbara K. Birkler 



Laura E. BisseU 

Andrew C. Black 

Lori R. Blackburn 

Jeffrey M. Blizzard 

William F. Bohde 

Leonard V, Bonalsky 



Xeri D. Bontrager 

Stacy L. Boothe 

Nicole M. Born 

Lynn M. Bosscher 

Andrew J. Bourgard 

Robert K. Bowen 




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Lori L. Boyd 
Michelle R. Boyer 
Nanette M. Boyer 
Tiffany C. Boyle 
Rina A. Bowman 
Eugene Bratchie 



Brian A. Brazzdl 
Gary A. Brickhouse 
Monica L. Brock 
Jason W. Brokken 
Cara M. Broughton 
Angela M. Brown 



Alice E. Browning 
Patricia J. Brownlee 
Kai W. Brusewitz 
Geralda E. Buckley 
Gwen A. Buda 
Kelly A. Bull 



Scott J. Bullard 
Randall O. Burch 
James D. BurcheU 
Amanda K. Burnham 
Robin N. Burrows 
Robert F. Busemeyer 



Stephan W. Bush 
Brett D. Butler 
WDliam J. Bu tiler 
Marc A. Caldarone 
Kenneth P. Camp 
Tammy A. Campbell 



David L. Campo 
Julie A. Carpenter 
Michael A. Carr 
Alysa M. Carrano 
Kevin J. Carroll 
William C. Casey 



Cheryl C. Causey 
Tammy J. Causey 
Lydia Cavaleri 
Melissa A. Cernuto 
Hong Miu Chan 
Shuk Wo Chan 



Leanne M. Chancey 
Kelly M. Charron 
Chi Wai Chen 
Yaotsui Chen 
Jennifer L. Cheyne 
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Raymond D. Chirnside 
Thomas F. Christen 

Andrew G. Christensen 
Thomas J. Christie 
Douglas J. Clayton 
Thomas P. Clinard 



Deborah P. Cobb 

Marcus J. Cobbe 

Sandra L. Cochlin 

Jennifer J. Coit 

Deborah J. Collins 

Troy D. Collins 



Milagros Colon 

John C. Congrove 

John P. Connelly 

Scott W. Conner 

Sharon L. Cook 

Shawn C. Corgan 



Douglas H. Corley Jr. 

Kathryn R. Cortelyou 

Lisa G. Corum 

Brian C. Coulter 

Adam H. Cowan 

Melody H. Cowdery 



Leslie L. Cox 

Deborah S. Craig 

Grant S. Crawford 

Jason R. Criazzo 

Andre S. Croteau 

Jonathan P. Cumston 



Daniel J. Ctirtin 

Daniel J. Cuthbertson 

Brian P. Dalton 

Jonathan Daniel 

Manuel S. Dauhajre 

Corin D. Davis 



Jennifer E. Davis 

Michelle A. Davis 

Paula M. De Sousa 

James K. Dean Jr. 

James T. Decker 

Joellen Densley 



Diana E. Desjardin 

Todd R. DeVore 

James P. Didato 

Angela M. Didomineck 

Christa M. Diederich 

Denyse L. Diemoz 




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Lisa V. Dittebrand 
Timothy M. Drew 
John A. Drumheller 
Paige A. Dubois 
Catherine B. Dullaghan 
Michelle L. Dykes 



Cassandra S. Ebanks 
Kimberly A. Endicott 
Brenda K. Engel 
Janelle M. Erickson 
Jeremy S. Eshleman 
Craig E. Evans 



Holly L. Fairchild 
Bonnie M. Fanelli 
Adam A. Faurot 
Mark A. Fazio 
Michelle A. Fenner 
Eduardo E. Ferrer 



Holly M. Fetters 
Ross Fishman 
Kelly M. Flanagan 
Patricia L. Fleig 
Heidi L. Fogleman 
Eric C. Fowlie 



Stephanie E. France 
Jessica L. Frederick 
Betty J. Freeman 
Elizabeth J. French 
Matthew C. Frintzilas 
Jeff A. Froese 



Jack Fulop II 
Renee T. Gaincy 
Gary J. Gendron 
Allison L. Gerdeman 
John R. Giarrusso 
Kimberly A. Gibson 



John R. Giglio 
Raquel L. Gilliam 
William D.Glynn 
Thomas J. Goes 
Anthony A. Goleno 
Jennifer R. Goleno 



Kristen E. Gourley 
Lloyd R. Grable 
Reginald H. Graves II 
Bernadettc M. Green 
Sally J. Green 
Chad D. Gressani 



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Gary M. Gross 

Jeremy D. Hackett 

Brian K. Hall 

Natasha T. Hammer 

Zachary C. Hamrick 

Jessica E. Handley 



Kristina E. Hankel 

Paul C. Hannigan 

Heidi J. Haralson 

Timothy M. Hardee 

Keisha L. Hardy 

Jennifer N. Harner 



David D. Harris 

Kathryn L. Hauge 

Kimberly A. Heath 

Heather A. Hedges 

Wade G. Hedges 

Randall J. Heffernan 



Sean W. Heilig 

David S. Helms 

Edward S. Hembree 

Laura T. Hersey 

Wylie W. Herzberg 

Jeffrey D. Higby 



Michelle F. Higgins 

Lori L. Higgs 

Tricia L. Hillis 

Rebecca D. Hinger 

Erin B. Hoag 

James M. Hogan 



David J. Holland 

Spring A. Holland 

David M. Hollenbach 

Lisa L. Hollingsworth 

Rodney W. Hollingsworth Jr. 

Christopher D. Holloway 



Kevin A. Holmquest 

Charles M. Hood IV 

Meredith L. Horey 

Amy S. Horrom 

Heather L. Hosking 

Jacqueline L. Hosman 



Brandy L. Huff 

Catherine N. Huffman 

Denise D. Huffman 

Katherine E. Humphries 

Amy K. Ibberson 

Greg M. Itnyre 



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Bernd Jacobi 
Steffanie L. James 
Cynthia A. Jarvis 
Elizabeth A. Johns 
Steve I. Johns 
Matthew T. Johnson 



Tammy C. Johnson 
April M. Johnston 
Melinda R. Johnston 
Robin M. Jones 
Terry M. Jones 
Maureen A. Joyce 



Elizabeth J. Juchau 
Kelly Julius 
Joon Yol Jung 
Hyoung Jun Kang 
Eiji Katsuta 
Kevin M. Kedziora 



Amy E. Keller 
Stephen J. Kempf 
Brian M. Kendzior 
Erin M. Kennedy 
Margaret L. Kennedy 
Jennifer L. Kent 



Michael A. Kerby 
Jeffrey S. Kerley 
Kathryn R. Kerr 
Scott C. Kessel 
Chunshik Kim 
Kip G. Kimberley 



Jeffery D. Kincaid 
Erin C. King 
Thomas F. Kirschner 
Julie E. Kitchings 
Keri S. Kizer 
Hershell W. Knighten 



Kyoji Kobayashi 
Kristen A. Koepper 
Daniel L. Konieczny 
Craig E. Kopp 
Hege M. Korshavn 
Jennifer L. Kossman 



Heidi L. Kovach 
Michelle C. Kozak 
Dawn M. Kozlowski 
Nancy L. Kozlowski 
Tara A. Kramar 
Mohan M.K. Kulsingam 



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125 Freshmen 



Shinya Kumazawa 

Lin Chiang Kung 

Wing Shan Kwok 

Cory Ronald Lachambre 

Eric M. Lafrance 

Ngai Ching Lai 



Michcle D. Lambert 

Kristine N. Lang 

Leif R. Lange 

Cheryl L. Lanier 

Krystyna E. Lapinski 

Andrea M. Lavalle 



Jessica M. Lawrence 

Megan A. Leahy 

Amber R. Lease 

Chong D. Lee 

Kun Dong Lee 

Lawrence A. Lesher 



Beth A. Leve 

Rebecca A. Lewis 

Rodger G. Lindsey 

Christine D. Lindstrand 

Scott W. Lite 

Chi Yan Liu 



Laurel L. Lofton 
Cynthia A. Long 
Gretchen S. Long 
James P. Long II 
Philip C. Longhurst 
Thaddeus S. Lopez 



Kenneth B. Love 

Joshua C. Luft 

Gina R. Lumbard 

Gary P. MacDonald 

Thomas J. MacDonald 

Michael R. Maiure 



Anne R. Malatesta 

Maria E. Manghi 

Theresa M. Mankowski 

Allyson C. Marks 

Michael J. Martell 

Michelle A. Martin 



Monica L. Martin 

Ryan J. Marvin 

Stephen A. Mase 

Marcus M. Mayer 

Jahim A. McArthur 

Sean A. McCarty 




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Alicia L. McCole 
Kerrie McCormick 
Mark R. McDowell 
Erinlyn McGinnis 
Ryan V. McHugh 
Matthew R. Mcllvin 



Matthew D. McMann 
Russell T. McMullan 
Andrea M. McNamara 
James P. McYVhorter Jr. 
Christopher J. Merriam 
Dawn R. Mesyn 



Eric J. Meuser 
Bart M. Millard 
Jeremy N. Miller 
Christy L. MUls 
Daniel J. Mitchell 
Barbara A. Mizell 



Tracy M. Monck 
Melissa A. Moniz 
Amy E. Monroe 
Ronald D. Mooney 
Richard P. Moore 
Frank C. Moore HI 



Joseph A. Moretz IV 
Patrick H. Morgan 
Russell S. Moriarty 
Karen J. Mulcay 
Dylan T. Murphy 
Michael G. Murphy 



Cameron T. Murray 
James T. Myers 
Phillip S. Myers 
TeLsuo Nakahara 
Jason A. Nawn 
Anthony F. Newman 



Kristen J. Newmon 
Jennifer L. Newsome 
Van Pok Ng 
Kim N. Niebauer 
Shannon M. Nock 
Angela L. Nohl 



Michelle J. Norton 
DeAnna J. Novoa 
Sumi Numata 
Kelley E. O'Donnell 
Genine M. O'Neil 
Gregory T. Oakley 



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Ik'unna A. Odom 

Marc J. Oetjens 

Sharon M. Ogg 

Kanae Okuyama 

Brian M. Olitsky 

Holland M. Oosterhoudt 



Thomas A. Orrell 

Hal E. Osborne 

Jennifer A. Otten 

James J. Ouellette 

Stephanie N. Overton 

RyanG. Palis 



Marika Papagianneris 

Christopher A. Pappagallo 

Sang II Park 

Austin C. Parker 

Edward G. Parker 

Wendy E. Parker 



Melanic C. Parrish 

Jana L. Partridge 

Donna B. Patterson 

Ronald C. Patton 

Sadra M. Paul 

Jill K. Payne 



Catherine A. Pearce 

Julie H. Pearson 

Anna C. Pelton 

Sheri L. Perdue 

Rachel A. Percgoy 

Fernando R. Perez 



Brian A. Perry 

Scott M. Petro 

Michelle L. Pflaum 

Karen D. Philippus 

Robert L. Phillips Jr. 

Donna R. Pickern 



Deborah M. Piela 

Cindy L. Pike 

Jennifer M. Pinckney 

Craig B. Pinder 

Charles T. Pino 

Jennifer A. Poole 



Debbie L. Porter 
Louis B. Posick 
Virginia E. Powers 
Malina E. Price 
Daniel A. Prieto 
Marti E. Probst 




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Michelle R. Proulx 
Julie N. Pugh 
Vlervin L. Raggs III 
Padmavathi Rajaram 
Chris S. Rakos 
Teri O. Ray 



Charles D. Reeb 
Glenn M. Reed 
Jodi L. Reed 
Ashley D. Reese 
Tonya L. Regoli 
Mario L. Reiderman 



Jennifer A. Relkin 
Edward Remia 
Wanda F. Rene 
Bridget M. Renyer 
James L. Reynolds 
Thomas B. Rice 



Julia L. Richards 
Keisha A. Richardson 
Aimee R. Richer 
Lorraine F. Richer 
Adelita Rivera-Francesch 
Laura A. Roberts 



Erin Robertson 
Scott P. Robillard 
David J. Roesch 
Seong Man Roh 
Andrea L. Ross 
Christopher N. Rotar 



Kathryn E. Rozier 
Jerry K. Rudd 
Alison J. Rue 
Susan C. Rummel 
Jeanine D. Rupe 
Steve L. Rush, Jr. 



Jerry M. Ruthven 
Marisa E. Sangillo 
John A. Saunders 
Patrick T. Sauter 
Joyce M.Scanlan 
Brandon E. Schaefer 



Tina M. Scharff 
John A. Schilling 
Sandra R. Schnorr 
Steve D. Schriver 
Donald A. Scolar 
Dawn Scoppa 



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Dustin L. Seaton 

Guido M. Sccco 

Michael C. Seguinot 

Shandra E. Sew all 

Sean M. Sexton 

Lindsey A. Seybold 



Anitra S. Shaw 

Renee S. Shindore 

Thomas M. Shorrock 

Dawn M. Sievers 

Stephanie A. Sikes 

Jerret S. Simmons 



Matthew R. Simmons 

Samuel C. Singletary 

Deana I ,. Sinibaldi 

Aimee L. Sirois 

Robert L. Slater 

Angelena M. Smith 



April L. Smith 

Gregory S. Smith 

Nathan D. Smith 

William H. Snively 

JoAnna C. Snyder 

Joel S. Snyder 



Sarah Sotomayor 
Hiroaki Sotono 

Michael B. Spain 
Heather M. Spiegel 

Andrea C. Stacey 
Maggie M. Stecker 



Lea R. Stone 

Robert L. Storter 

Benjamin J. Strout 

Stephen A. Sturdevant 

Greta A. Sullivan 

David J. Summers 



Elizabeth G. Surrency 

Christopher P. Swink 

Mary E. Tackett 

Yuichi Takanami 

Kofi Takyi-mensah 

Koon Chung Tang 



Pamela laugher 

Christopher N. Taylor 

Derek E. Thomas 

Melissa M. Tobin 

Joshua E. Toftness 

Joanna M. Tomasello 





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Mitsuru Torii 
Toribio Torres 
Steve D. Toskes 
Christopher S. Trautwein 
Margaret A. Trinkle 
Christina M. Truesdell 



Chiu Wing Tsang 
Tamara M. Tsark 
Akinori R. Tsuchida 
Robert L. Turkett 
Juliana Turnquist 
Alissa A. Cdal 



Robert L. Underwood 
Todd D. Van Gilder 
Mark R. Van Leuven 
Kari A. Vandeusen 
Jason A. Vanhorn 
Erica K. Vann 



Christopher W. Vaughn 
Mark H. Vaughn 
Peter B. Vechnak 
Sandrine A. Vermenot 
Jennifer A. Vetter 
Margaret A. Vickers 



Liza Villarreal 
Kellie E. Wade 
Christopher J. Wagner 
Zachary Waldman 
Wadooah Wali 
Melissa K. Walker 



Michelle M. Walker 
Dulcinea M. Walsh 
Joy B. Walsh 
Yen Chun Wang 
Misa Watanabe 
Gregory M. Webb 



Jyh Ren Wen 
Alisa J. White 
David H. Wilcox 
Diane L. Willard 
Kendra M. Williams 
Loren R. Williams 



Toni R. Williams 
Tonya R. Williams 
Elizabeth P. Wilson 
Ellen G. Wilson 
Joy D. Wilson 
Robert G.Winans 



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Vicki S. Wise 

Julie A. Woelfel 

Kei Sze Wong 

Dcnise M. Wood 

Traci L. Wood 

Brandy A. Woodall 



Hung J. Yeh 

Robert Wayne Yelvington 

Pari T. Young 

Peter J. Zguzenski 

Amber Dawn Ziemba 

Marc Edward Zimmerman 



Angela Marie Zipperer 




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Abdon, Brian P., 112 
Abell, Eric W., 112 
Adams, Aaron C, 104 
Adams, Dara J., 1 12 
Adams, David J., 104 
Adkisson, Thomas P., 120 
Agnew, Shannon E., 92 
Aiken, Clyde E., 120 
Airth, Elizabeth E., 104 
Aker, J. Gunner, 92 
Akerstrom, Kristi A, 120. 
Akiyama, Tamotsu, 1 12 
Albertsma, Caroline A., 92 
Albritton, Joseph R., 120 
Alfieri, Christina M., 112 
Allebom, Jeffrey S., 92 
Allen, Mary E., 112 
Alvarado, Gabriel M., 104 
Alvarez, Kevin J., 112 
Alvarez, Joseph, II, 120 
Amann, Lawrence T., 120 
Ammon, Lisa C, 120 
Andersen, Kristina, 120 
Anderson, Amanda M., 120 
Anderson, Richard M., 120 
Anthony, Christina L., 120 
Apostol, Angela M., 92 
Aquila, Jason D., 104 
Ardila, Lina M., 120 
Arline, Emily J., 120 
Arnold, Nicholas F„ 92 
Arp, Cindy L., 120 
Arthur, Ruby A., 120 
Asbee, Courtney E., 104 
Ashdown, Dcnisc E., 92 
Ashley, Mark W., 104 
Atkins, Kathy S., 120 
Aumack, Holly E., 112 
Austin, Scott R., 92 
Avalos, Maria A., 104 
Avery, Annie M., 104 
Avery, Robyn L., 104 



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Babineau, Diane M., 104 
Badurak, Jennifer A., 104 
Bailey, Kenneth M., 92 
Bair, Andrew D., 1 12 
Baker, Cherie A., 120 
Balentine, Cheray N., 92 
Ball, Robert L., 120 
Banficld, David S., 92 
Banks, Tricia L., 92 
Barinowski, David D., 120 
Barnett, Carolyn A., 92 
Barnctl, Joseph M., 120 
Baron, Suzanne E., 120 
Barrera, Mary J., 112 
Barrett, Tracie L., 112 
Barton, Brad M., 120 
Barton, Eric A., 112 
Bashaw, Travis M., 120 
Bast, Jacob J., 112 
Bauer, Richard A., 120 
Bazley.John A., 11,92 
Becker, Douglas S., 92 
Becker, Michelle L., 92 
Beckett, Shannon D., 92 
Bedard, Nicole M., 112 
Bedell, ElisaL., 112 
Begley, Kalherine A., 120 
Bell, Carmen J., 120 
Bell, Paul D., 120 
Bender-Orr, Erinn K., 120 
Bennett, Deana L., 104 
Bennett, Kaylee A., 120 
Bernet, Joseph H., 120 
Berree, Alicia T., 104 
Berry, Janice L., 92 
Bethea, Philip P., IV, 92 
Bethune, Ian M., 92 
Bibby, Dawn C, 120 
Biberstine, Kristina D., 120 
Bicknell, Holly J., 104 
Bierkan, David P.. 120 
Bilhardt, Carmen M., 104 
Bindschadler, James B., 104 
Birkler, Barbara K., 120 
Bischoff, Heather L„ 93 



Bissell, Laura E., 120 
Black, Andrew C, 120 
Blackburn, Lori R., 120 
Blizzard, Jeffrey M., 120 
Blomelcy, William T., Jr., 104 
Blundo, Dayna, 104 
Bohde, William F., 120 
Bonalsky, Leonard W., 120 
Bonham, Wreth E., 112 
Bontragcr, Keri D., 120 
Booher, Amy E., 104 
Boothc, Stacy L., 120 
Born, Nicole M., 120 
Boschulte, James T., Jr., 93 
Bosscher, Lynn M., 120 
Bourgard, Andrew J., 120 
Boushie, Brian, 93 
Bouw, Jennifer R., 93 
Bowen, Robert K., 120 
Bowman, Brett K., 93 
Boyce, Matthew J., 112 
Boyd, Lori L., 121 
Boyer, Michelle R., 121 
Boyer, Nanette M., 121 
Boyle, Tiffany C, 121 
Bozeman, Rina A., 121 
Bradley, Catherine A., 104 
Brain, Henry K., 104 
Bratchie, Eugene, 121 
Brazzell, Brian A., 121 
Brcsk, Frank J., Ill, 112 
Brickhouse, Gary A., 121 
Bridges, Wendy J., 93 
Britton, George H„ III, 93 
Brock, Monica L., 121 
Brock, Tracey A., 112 
Brockley, Marc A., 112 
Brokken, Jason W., 121 
Brophy, Kyle P., 104 
Brosky,Carl A., 93 
Broughton, Cara M., 121 
Brown, Angela M., 121 
Brown, Chris D., 104 
Brown, Heather A., 104 
Brown, Jason C, 104 
Brown, Karen A., 104 
Brown, Matthew A., 104 
Brown, Stephanie M., 93 
Brown, William K., 93 



Browning, Alice E., 121 
Brownlee, Patricia J., 121 
Brozyna, Nicole A., 104 
Brusewitz, Kai W., 121 
Buckley, GeraldaE., 121 
Buda, Gwen A., 121 
Bull, Kelly A., 121 
Bullard, Scott J., 121 
Burch, Randall O., 121 
Burchell, James D., 121 
Burnham, Amanda K., 121 
Burrows, Robin N., 121 
Busemeyer, Robert F., 121 
Bush, Amanda, 104 
Bush, Stephan W., 121 
Butler, Brett D., 121 
Buttcrficld, Toni L., 1 12 
Bultler, William J., 121 



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Cabc, Karen L., 112 
Caldarone, Marc A., 121 
Caldwell, Mark C, 104 
Camp, Kenneth P., 121 
Campbell, Tammy A., 121 
Campo, David L., 121 
Canada, Kathryn C, 93 
Cangley, Thomas H., 104 
Cappello, Denisc A., 112 
Carlton, Leslie R., 93 
Carnes, Jima G., 93 
Carpenter, Julie A., 121 
Carr, Michael A., 121 
Carrano, Alysa M., 121 
Carrico, Candice A., 93 
Carroll, Kevin J., 121 
Carter, Michael A., 112 
Carter, Terry P., 93 
Casey, William C, 121 
Cassarino, Harry A., 93 
Casteel, Eric D., 112 
Causey. Cheryl C, 121 
Causey, Tammy J., 121 
Cavaleri, Lydia, 121 
Caycr, Jennifer A., 93 
Cernuto, Melissa A., 121 



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Cerbino, Christina, 93 


Cook, Mark A., 112 


Decker, James T., 122 


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Ch'Ng, Eng Tho, 93 


Cook, Renee L., 93 


Dees, John R., 93 


Chaires, Tracy A., 93 


Cook, Sharon L., 122 


Delikat, Terrence S., 93 


Chan, Hong Miu, 121 


Cope, Erica Y., 105 


Demarest, Susan L., 105 




Chan, ShukWo, 121 


Corgan, Shawn C, 122 


Denny, Keith W., 113 




Chanccy, Leanne M., 121 


Corley, Douglas H., Jr., 122 


Densley, Joellen, 122 


Easton, Jillian S., 94 


Chaplin, Kellie M., 104 


Corliss, Joanne L., 112 


Denson, Darryl R., 93 


Ebanks, Cassandra S., 123 


Chapman, Richard L., 104 


Cortelyou, Kathryn R., 122 


Dcpianta, Richard P., 113 


Edwards, April C, 94 


Charron, Kelly M., 121. 


Corum, Lisa G., 122 


Desjardin, Diana E., 122 


Edwards, Barbra L., 113 


Chen, Chi Wai, 121 


Coulter, Brian C, 122 


DeVore, Todd R., 122 


Edwards, Tracy L., 94 


Chen, Yaotsui, 121 


Cowan, Adam H., 122 


Diaz, Jill M., 113 


Eisen, Jerry L., 94 


Cheney, Timothy J., 1 12 


Cowdery, Melody H., 122 


Dicarlo, Jodi M., 93 


Eiss, Brian K., 113 


Cheyne, Jennifer L., 121 


Cox, Leslie L., 122 


Didato, James P., 122 


Ekes, Stephen E., 113 


Chik, SzeSze, 121 


Craig, Deborah J., 113 


Didomineck, Angela M., 122 


Elder, Adam T., 113 


Chirnside, Raymond D., 122 


Craig, Deborah S., 122 


Diederich, Christa M., 122 


Emery, Kelley L., 105 


Choate, Dixie L., 104 


Crawford, Grant S., 122 


Diedrick, Amy S., 93 


Endicott, Kimberly A., 123 


Chretien, Geoffrey H., 93 


Criazzo, Jason R., 122 


Diem, Darrin, 105 


Engel, Brenda K., 123 


Christen, Thomas F., 122 


Cromack, Amy L., 105 


Diemoz, Denyse L., 122 


Erickson, Janelle M., 123 


Christensen, Andrew G., 122 


Croteau, Andre S., 122 


Dietz, Zachariah L., 105 


Escobar, Santiago, 94 


Christenson, Carol J., 105 


Cullem, Louisa, 93 


Difava, Ronald, 105 


Eshleman, Jeremy S., 123 


Christie, Thomas J., 122 


Cumston, Jonathan P., 122 


Dillon, Caroline, 94 


Etzkorn, Jennifer L., 113 


Cieslak, Janine M, 1 12 


Cunningham, Julia L., 105 


Dinkins, Benjamin S., 94 


Evans, Craig E., 123 


Clark, Beth A., 112 


Curtin, Daniel J., 122 


Dittebrand, Lisa V., 123 


Evans, Donna C, 105 


Clark, Bonnie L., 105 


Cuthbertson, Daniel J., 122 


Doherty, John T., Jr., 94 


Evans, James P., 94 


Clark, Kimberlea B., 112 


Cutts, Tiffany D., 105 


Douglas, Stephen J., 94 




Clark, Sylvia A., 105 




Dowdy, Kathryn A., 94 


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Clary, Dawn M, 112 




Dozer, Alan D., 105 


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Claycomb, Jeanne M., 93 


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Drabent, Deborah C, 113 


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Clayton, Douglas J., 122 


Drake, Christine L., 94 




Clinard, Thomas P., 122 


Drew, Timothy M., 123 


Fairchild, Holly L., 123 


Cobb, Deborah P., 122 




Drost, William D., 94 


Fallon, Maria T., 94 


Cobbe, Marcus J., 122 


Daddona, Talitha, 113 


Drumheller, John A., 123 


Fanelli, Bonnie M., 123 


Cochlin, Sandra L., 122 


Dalton, Brian P., 122 


Dubendorfer, Angela B., 105 


Faneuff, Kenneth W., 94 


Coit, Jennifer J., 122 


Daniel, Jennifer L., 113 


Dubois, Paige A., 123 


Fannin, Robert E., Jr., 94 


Colaiocco, Lisa, 112 


Daniel, Jonathan, 122 


Dudley, Ginger L.,105 


Farmer, Traci P., 94 


Colborn, Deanna A., 105 


Daniels, Cristina Y., 105 


Duggan, Angelia R., 1 13 


Farrell, Amy S., 105 


Cole, PadgetE., 112 


Dauhajre, Manuel S., 122 


Dullaghan, Catherine B., 123 


Fassman, Jennifer A., 94 


Coleman, Austin W., 105 


Davis, Corin D., 122 


Dunbar, Chad M., 94 


Faurot, Adam A., 123 


Collins, Christina M., 93 


Davis, David L., 113 


Dunn, Rebalynn, 1 13 


Fazio, Mark A., 123 


Collins, Deborah J., 93 


Davis, Jennifer E., 122 


Durhan, Michael D., Jr., 105 


Fazlin, Roxanna L., 105 


Collins, Troy D., 122 


Davis, Keli A., 93 


Durkalec, Carolann, 113 


Fecht, David, 113 


Colon, Milagros, 122 


Davis, Michelle A., 122 


Dykes, Michelle L., 123 


Fellner, Andrea K., 94 


Cone, Brian D., 112 


Davis, Peter P., 93 




Fenner, Michelle A., 123 


Congrove, John C, 122 


Davis, Rutledge L., 93 




Ferguson, Scott A., 95 


Conley, Christoph G., 105 


De Angelis, Brian, 105 




Ferrara, Katherine J., 95 


Connelly, John P., 122 


De Sousa, Paula M., 122 




Ferrer, Eduardo E., 123 


Conner, Scott W., 122 


Dean, Adrian N., 93 




Ferris, Jamie C, 95 


Conway, Karen A., 1 12 


Dean, James K., Jr., 122 




Fessel, Christine N., 113 


Cook, Debbie L„ 105 


Deck, Heidi L., 93 




Fessler, Scott A., 113 



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Fetters, Holly M, 123 
Field, Tory E., 95 
Finn, Andrea D , 105 
Fish, Christina A., 113 
Fisher, Amy M., 95 
Fishman, Ross, 123 
Fitzgerald, Brett S., 113 
Fitzgerald, Kelly C, 113 
Flanagan, Kelly M., 123 
Fleig, Patricia L., 123 
Fletcher, Jeffrey S., 95 
Focht, Kristine C, 95 
Fogleman, Heidi L., 123 
Fontana, Alan W., 95 
Fontana, Susanne, 95 
Forness, Andrew E., 95 
Fort, Mary S., 105 
Fowlie, EricC, 123 
Fox, Tamara A., 95 
France, Stephanie E., 123 
Frederick, Jessica L., 123 
Frederick, William J.F., 113 
Fredrickson, Richard B., 105 
Freeman, Betty J., 123 
Freeman, Julie A., 95 
Freese, Brett W., 95 
French, Elizabeth J., 123 
Frintzilas, Matthew C, 123 
Froese, Jeff A., 123 
Fulop, Jack, II, 123 



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Gaillard, Julian E., IV, 105 
Gainey, Renee T., 123 
Gajdos, Melissa L., 113 
Galloway, ChetK., 105 
Galuska, Susan E., 113 
Gansner, George A., 105 
Gardner, Evelyn S., 95 
Gargiulo, Jenene R., 1 13 
Garmon.C. W.,95 
Garrastegui, Miriam I., 105 
Gatz, Timothy M., 113 
Gayle, Robin S., 105 
Gendron, Gary J., 123 
Gerdeman, Allison L., 123 



Gernazian, Jalonne K., 95 
Giarrusso, John R., 123 
Gibson, Dorean L., 113 
Gibson, Kimberly A., 123 
Gifford, Heather M., 105 
Giglio, DoraB.,95 
Giglio,JohnR., 123 
Gilford, KristieL., 105 
Gill, Amanda L., 113 
Gilliam, Raquel L., 123 
Gleason, Lorie D., 106 
Glynn, William D., 123 
Goes, Thomas J., 123 
Goff, Eugene C, 113 
Goleno, Anthony A., 123 
Goleno, Jennifer R., 123 
Gomes, Peter C., 95 
Gopher, Charlotte W., 95. 
Gourley, Kristen E., 123 
Grable, Lloyd R., 123. 
Graham, Wanda Y., 106 
Graves, Reginald H., II, 123 
Greathouse, Chad A., 106 
Green, Bernadette M., 123 
Green, Clark E., 106 
Green, Mark E., 113 
Green, Sally J., 123 
Greene, Jill N., 106 
Gressani, Chad D., 123 
Gressel, Steve L., 113 
Griffith, Morris S., 95 
Groe, NoelS., 113 
Gross, Gary M., 124 
Gross, Phyllis M., 95 
Gulli, David J., 106 
Guteras, Nathan T., 113 
Guzman, Ricarlos, 106 



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Haag, Jeffrey G., 106 
Haakon, Peter C, 113 
Haberman, Bonnie L., 106 
Hackett, Jeremy D., 124 
Hall, Brian K., 124 
Hall, Christina L., 106 
Hallman, April L., 106 



Hamilton, Marsha L., 95 
Hamm, ElisaJ., 106 
Hammer, Natasha T., 124 
Hamrick, Zachary C, 124 
Handley, Jessica E., 124 
Hankel, KristinaE., 124 
Hannigan, Paul C, 124 
Hansen, Cynthia B., 106 
Haralson, Amy N., 1 14 
Haralson, Heidi J., 124 
Haralson, Melissa L., 95 
Harbison, Leslie A., 106 
Hardee, Timothy M., 124 
Hardin, Melanie A., 95 
Hardy, KeishaL., 124 
Harner, Jennifer N., 124 
Harris, David D., 124 
Hams, Emily D., 114 
Harris, Jennifer A., 106 
Harris, Nathan A., 114 
Hartman, Deana L., 95 
Harvey, Kimberly A., 95 
Hasselman, David P., Jr., 106 
Hasty, Janice E., 106 
Hauge, KathrynL., 124 
Hawk, Laurie J., 114 
Hawkes, Larry T., 1 14 
Haynes, Michael A., 95 
Hazel, John L., 114 
Heath, Emily D., 95 
Heath, Kimberly A., 124 
Hedgecock, Russell L., 1 14 
Hedges, Heather A., 124 
Hedges, Wade G., 124 
Heffernan, Randall J., 124 
Heilig, Sean W., 124 
Heintzelman, Christine E., 106 
Helms, David S., 124 
Hembree, Edward S., 124 
Heneisen, Christianne, 106 
Henning, Susan M., 95 
Hensley, Heather L., 1 14 
Hering, Brent, 106 
Hernandcz-Campo J. M., 1 14 
Herscy, Laura T., 124 
Herzberg, Wylie W., 124 
Heydt, Leslie C, 95 
Higby, Jeffrey D., 124 
Higgins, Michelle F., 124 



Higgs, Alana D., 106 
Higgs, Lori L., 124 
Higinbotham, Holly D., 106 
Hildenbrand,John W., 106 
Hill, Melanie A., 95 
Hiller, Tracy A., 1 14 
Hilliard, Jennifer L., 106 
Hillis, Tricia L., 124 
Hills, Nicole R., 106 
Hilson, Kristina L., 95 
Hinger, Rebecca D., 124 
Hitt, Jeffrey A., 95 
Hoag,ErinB., 124 
Hodges, David R., 1 14 
Hodges, Deana R., 106 
Hodsdon, Kenneth W., 106 
Hoel, Ingun K., 114 
Hogan, James M., 124 
Holland, David J., 124 
Hollenbach, David M., 124 
Hollifield, Erin A., 95 
Hollingsworth, Lisa L., 124 
Hollingsworth, R. W., Jr., 124 
Hollis.LynnE., 114 
Holloway, Christopher D., 124 
Holmquest, Kevin A., 124 
Hood, Charles M., IV, 124 
Horey, Meredith L., 124 
Horrom, Amy S., 124 
Horton, Millicent P., 1 14 
Hosking, Heather L., 124 
Hoskinson, Cindy, 96 
Hoskinson, Nancy K., 96 
Hosman, Jacqueline L., 124 
Hower, Carole L., 96 
Huber, Holly L., 96 
Huff, Brandy L., 124 
Huffman, Catherine N., 124 
Huffman, Denise D., 124 
Hughes, Brian R., 114 
Humphries, Katherine E., 124 
Humphrys, Donald, 1 14 
Hunt, Jennifer T, 96 



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IndcTC 





Joyce, Maureen A., 125 


Konieczny, Daniel L., 125 


Leech, K. Ashley, 1 14 


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Juchau, Elizabeth J., 125 


Kopp, Craig E., 125 


Legg. Larry K., 107 


Julius, Kelly, 125 


Kops, Robert J., 107 


Lenseth, Kristina H., 107 


Jung, Joon Yol, 125 


Korshavn, Hege M., 125 


Lesher, Lawrence A., 126 






Kossman, Jennifer L., 125 


Leto, Jason S., 107 


Ibberson, Amy K., 124 




Kovach, Heidi L., 125 


Leve.Beth A., 126 


Idle, Jonathan, 1 14 


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Kozak, Michelle C, 125 


Lewis, Alicia D., 97 


Inman, Raymond M., Jr., 96 


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Kozlowski, Dawn M., 125 


Lewis, Rebecca A., 126 


Intagliata, Lisa C, 96 




Kozlowski, Nancy L., 125 


LiCausi, Jacquelyn A., 1 14 


Iosue, Carmela F., 106 




Kramar, Tara A., 125 


Lickliter, Lyn A., 107 


Iosue, Vincent F„ 96 


Kaiser, Timothy J., 1 14 


Kreusch, Michael A., 114 


Lilly, Scott R., 97 


Iqbal, Majid A., 106 


Kalinowski, Jill T., 114 


Krichbaum, Kerr L., 97 


Lindsey, Rodger G., 126 


Itnyre.Greg M., 124 


Kamberg, Christopher T., 107 


Kulasingam, Mohan M.K., 125 


Lindstrand, Christine D., 126 




Kamp, Jeffrey T., 107 


Kulp, Susan C, 97 


Lisk, Lanae C, 107 


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Kang, Hyoung Jun, 125 


Kumazawa, Shinya, 126 


Littler, Wendy M., 114 


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Kaplan, Zachary C, 107 


Kung, Lin Chiang, 126 


Litz, Scott W., 126 


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Karo, Christopher J., 96 


Kuska, Jacob S., 1 14 


Liu, Chi Yan, 126 




Kasza, Lisa M., 107 


Kwok, Wing Sham, 126 


Lobaugh, Tricia L., 97 


Jackson, Kelly A., 106 


Katsuta, Eiji, 125 




Lofink, Richard J., 97 


Jackson, Michelle L., 96 


Kedziora, Kevin M., 125 




Lofrumento, Nanina, 107 


Jacobi, Bernd, 125 


Keller, Amy E., 125 




Lofton, Laurel L., 126 


Jaehnigen, Mark G., 96 


Kelly, Casey, 107 


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Long, Cynthia A., 126 


James, Steffanie L., 125 


Kempf, Stephen J., 105 


Long, Gretchen S., 126 


Jamshid, David K., 106 


Kendzior, Brian M., 125 




Long, James P., II, 126 


Jamshid, Jon F., 96 


Kennedy, Erin M., 125 




Longhurst, Philip C, 126 


Jarvis, Cynthia A., 125 


Kennedy, Margaret L., 125 


Lachambre, Cory R., 126 


Longpre, Danielle, 97 


Jauregui, Dolores A., 96 


Kent, Jennifer L., 125 


Lafrance, Eric M., 126 


Lopez, Thaddeus S., 126 


Jeanine, Rupe D., 129 


Kent, Julie L., 96 


Lahnoudi, Jennifer C, 97 


Lose, Steven S., 97 


Jenkins, Christopher, 96 


Kerby, Michael A., 125 


Lai, Ngai Ching, 126 


Love, Kenneth B., 126 


Jenkins, Julie A., 96 


Kerley, Jeffrey S., 125 


Lambert, Michele D., 126 


Lucovsky, ChadS., 107 


Johns, Elizabeth A., 125 


Kerr, Kathryn R., 125 


Landrcth, Ross M., 1 14 


Luft, Joshua C, 126 


Johns, Steve I., 125 


Kessel, Scott C, 125 


Lang, Kristine N., 126 


Lugo, Edward, 97 


Johnson, Carrie S., 106 


Keys, Marvin L., 1 14 


Lang, Stefanie K., 107 


Lugo, Marisol, 107 


Johnson, Eric R., 1 14 


Kim, Chunshik, 125 


Lange, Leif R., 126 


Lumbard, Gina R., 126 


Johnson, Jana P., 96 


Kimberley, KipG., 125 


Lanier, Cheryl Lea, 126 


Lutz, Scott, 97 


Johnson, Matthew K., 106 


Kincaid, Jeffery D., 125 


Lapinski, Krystyna E., 126 




Johnson, Matthew T., 125 


King, Erin C, 125 


Laucrman, Sara E., 1 14 


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Johnson, Tammy C, 125 


Kirschner, Thomas F., 125 


Lavallc, Andrea M., 126 


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Johnson, Wendy D., 1 14 


Kitchings, Julie E., 125 


Lawrence, Jessica M., 126 


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Johnson, Jimmy L., Jr., 96 


Kizer, Keri S., 125 


Laws, MatthewS., 107 




Johnston, April M., 125 


Kleinmann, Elisabeth A., 107 


Layton, Vivian L., 107 


Mabry, Cynthia L., 107 


Johnston, James E., 96 


Knighten, Hershell W., 125 


Leahy, Megan A., 126 


Macbeth, Jennifer S., 1 14 


Johnston, Melinda R., 125 


Knollinger, Amy M., 1 14 


Leak,KenaD., 114 


MacDonald, Gary P., 126 


Jones, Julie M., 106 


Knotts, Trina A., 97 


Lease, Amber R., 126 


Mac Donald, Thomas J., 126 


Jones, Michael J., 96 


Kobayashi, Kyoji, 125 


Leblanc, Timothy D., 107 


Mach, C. V. Truit, 97 


Jones, Peter E., 106 


Koch, Lisa A., 114 


Lee, ChongD., 126 


Mackler, Jennifer L., 107 


Jones, Robin M., 125 


Koepper, Kristen A., 125 


Lee, Christopher A., 107 


Madonia, Kaye K., 97 


Jones, Terry M., 125 


Kolonoski, Dina L., 1 14 


Lee, Kun Dong, 126 


Magnuson, Chad M., 1 15 


Jorgensen, Karen D., 114 


Kondor, David A., 97 


Lee, Lory M., 107 


Maiure, Michael R., 126 



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Malatesta, Anne R., 126 
Malfitano, Paula A., 115 
Malley, Deanne E., 97 
Mallin, Tracey A., 97 
Malm, Denise, 115 
Mamolou, Rachel E., 115 
Manghi, Maria E„ 126 
Mankowski, Theresa M., 126 
Maples, Pamela M., 97 
Marcell, Mike R., 97 
Marchitto, Jeffrey, 97 
Marichal, Lisa M., 97 
Marino, Richard A., 97 
Mariucci, Richard M., 1 15 
Marks, Allyson C, 126 
Martell, Michael J., 126 
Martin, Donna A., 107 
Martin, Josephina A., 107 
Martin, Michelle A., 126 
Martin, Monica L„ 126 
Marty, Kurt, 107 
Martz, Scott T., 115 
Marvin, Ryan J., 126 
Mase, Stephen A., 126 
Matkovich, Tracy A., 97 
Maxwell, Lawrence T., 107 
Mayer, Marcus M., 126 
McArthur, Jahim A., 126 
McBride, KristinaE., 107 
McCarty, Sean A., 126 
McClary, Tara E., 115 
McCole, Alicia L., 127 
McCormick, Kerrie, 127 
McCormick, Lon G., 97 
McCranie, Kevin D., 1 15 
McCreanor, Coleen M., 107 
McDowell, Audrey K., 97 
McDowell, Mark R., 127 
McGinnis, Erinlyn, 127 
McGlynn, William R., 97 
McHugh,Ryan V., 127 
Mcllvaine, William R., 97 
Mcllvin, Matthew R., 127 
McKay, Lorraine E., 1 15 
McLaurin, David C., 115 
McLaurin, Sean M., 115 
McMann, Matthew D., 127 
McMullan, Russell T., 127 
McNamara, Andrea M., 127 



McRae, Candice M., 97 
McTarnaghan, Janel K., 97 
McWhorter, James P., Jr., 127 
Means, Michelle E., 107 
Meehan, William L., 115 
Meer, Julie B., 107 
Meginley, Janet M., 107 
Mehrer, Anita P., 115 
Melroy, Jeri K, 115 
Meltzer, Susan M., 107 
Melvin, Catherine, 107 
Melvin, William K., Jr., 97 
Mena, Paul, 107 
Menswar, Brant C., 97 
Merriam, Christopher J., 127 
Merrill, Joseph F., 115 
Merritt, Barbara A., 1 15 
Merten, Jana S., 97 
Mesyn, Dawn R., 127 
Mesyn, Stacey A., 115 
Meuser, Eric J., 127 
Meyer, Melissa A., 115 
Michaels, Mary J., 97 
Michaud, Todd M., 115 
Micucci, Michael A., 97 
Millard, Bart M., 127 
Millen, Elizabeth C, 97 
Miller, Donna J., 98 
Miller, Jeremy N., 127 
Miller, Carrie, 115 
Miller, Melinda S., 115 
Miller, Michelle M., 108 
Miller, Stephanie S., 98 
Miller, Terry L., Jr., 115 
Mills, Christy L., 127 
Milner, Jerrie D., 108 
Miloch, Matthew D., 98 
Minix, Holly M., 98 
Mitchell, Daniel J., 127 
Mizell, Barbara A., 127 
Moenning, Daniel K., 98 
Moffett, Lisa M., 98 
Mohler, Julianne L., 108 
Mollison, Jennifer C, 115 
Monek, Tracy M., 127 
Moniz, Melissa A., 127 
Monroe, Amy E., 127 
Montgomery, Michelle M., 98 
Montgomery, Monique D., 98 



Mooney, Ronald D., 127 
Moore, Richard P., 127 
Moore, Frank C, III, 127 
Moorhead, Stephanie C, 98 
Moretz, Joseph A., IV, 127 
Morgan, Patrick H., 127 
Moriarty, Russell S., 127 
Morris, Rodney H., 127 
Morse, Marie G., 98 
Moye, Melanie K., 1 15 
Moyer, Arnold R., IV, 98 
Mueller, Joy J., 108 
Mulcay, Karen J., 127 
Mullen, Michael P., 108 
Munzing, Darren G., 1 15 
Mura, Dawn M., 98 
Murphy, Brendan J., 98 
Murphy, Daniel B., 115 
Murphy, Dylan T., 127 
Murphy, Larry D., 98 
Murphy, Michael G., 127 
Murray, Cameron T., 127 
Murray, Jennifer J., 115 
Muse, Ellen N., 108 
Musgrove, Jennifer R., 1 15 
Myers, Phillip S., 127 



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Nakahara, Tetsuo, 127 
Nash, Christina A., 115 
Nawn, Jason A., 127 
Neill, Kevin L., 1 15 
Neitzke, Mark J., 108 
Nelson, Daniel K., 98 
Nelson, Susan L., 115 
Newberg, Anthony C, 108 
Newell, Jane S., 108 
Newman, Anthony F., 127 
Newmark, Laura M., 1 15 
Newmon, Kristen J., 127 
Newsome, Jennifer L., 127 
Ng, YanPok, 127 
Nicholason, Lori J., 98 
Niebauer, Kim N., 127 
Niekro, Natalie L., 115 



Niemann, Judith A., 1 15 
Nock, Shannon M., 127 
Nofi, Laura L., 108 
Nohl, Angela L., 127 
Norton, Carolyn G., 108 
Norton, Michelle J., 127 
Nottage, Brian A., 98 
Novoa, DeAnna J., 1 27 
Numata, Sumi, 127 



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O'Donnell, KelleyE., 127 
O'Neill, Genine M., 127 
Oakley, Cynthia K., 98 
Oakley, Gregory T., 127 
Oakley, Theresa M., 108 
Oakley, Ronald E., Jr., 98 
Oates, Nancy E., 108 
Odom, Deanna A., 128 
Odonnell, Kelly S., 98 
Oetjens, Marc J., 128 
Ofallon, Thomas E., 99 
Ogg, Sharon M., 128 
Okuyama, Kanae, 128 
Olitsky, Brian M., 128 
Olmsted, Rebecca F., 116 
Olsen, Eric B., 116 
Olson, Kimberly A., 99 
Oosterhoudt, Holland M., 128 
Orrell, Thomas A., 128 
Osborne, Hal E., 128 
Ott, Sharon L., 99 
Otten, Jennifer A., 128 
Ouellette, James J., 128 
Overton, Deborah R., 99 
Overton, Stephanie N., 128 
Owen, Steven C, II, 116 



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Reiderman, Mario L., 129 


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Reiland, Lynn, 108 


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Relkin, Jennifer A., 129 


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Rcmia, Edward, 129 




Pagel, Vicky L., 99 


Pitts, Jason W., 1 16 


Rene, Wanda F., 129 


Salmon, Tracy E., 108 


Palis, Ryan G., 128 


Polak, Mihael, 116 


Renyer, Bridget M., 129 


Sandbrook, Virginia M., 99 


Pangrazio, Eilah I., 108 


Pollnow, Tanya A., 108 


Rexach, Velda Y., 99 


Sandridge, Kevin M., 1 16 


Papagianneris, D. I., 1 16 


Pontuti, DeniseL., 108 


Reynolds, James L., 129 


Sangillo, Marisa E., 129 


Papagianneris, Marika, 128 


Poole, Jennifer A., 128 


Reynolds, Rachelle A., 99 


Santo, Tracy L., 108 


Pappagallo, C. A., 128 


Porter, Debbie L., 128 


Rhoades, Dawn M., 108 


Santos, Yamira, 1 16 


Parham, Elizabeth A., 99 


Posick, Louis B., 128 


Rice, Thomas B., 129 


Sapp, Andrew T., 1 16 


Park, Sang-Il, 128 


Powell, Lesli M., 116 


Rice, William A., 116 


Sargcant, Julie A., 108 


Parker, Austin C, 128 


Powers, Tricia L., 108 


Richards, Julia L„ 129 


Saunders, John A., 129 


Parker, Edward G., 128 


Powers, Virginia E., 128 


Richardson, Keisha A., 129 


Sauter, Patrick T., 129 


Parker, Joseph P., 99 


Precourt, April L., 99 


Richer, Aimee R., 129 


Sawyer, Anne E., 1 16 


Parker, Wendy E., 128 


Premo, Gregory J., 99 


Richer, Jennifer A., 1 16 


Scanlan, Joyce M., 129 


Parrish, Melanie C., 128 


Price, MalinaE., 128 


Richer, Lorraine F., 129 


Schaefer, Brandon E., 129 


Partridge, Jana L., 128 


Prieto, Daniel A., 128 


Riley, Thomas M., 1 16 


Scharfenstein, Thomas J., 108 


Pasley, Donna L., 99 


Prior, Stacia E., 116 


Riordan, Lara A., 1 16 


Scharff,TinaM., 129 


Patel, BirjuB., 108 


Probst, Marti E., 128 


Rivera, Carlos E., 1 16 


Schilling, John A., 129 


Patterson, Donna B., 128 


Proctor, Stacey D., 116 


Rivera, Francesch A., 129 


Schmid, Jennifer M., 1 16 


Patton, Ronald C., 128 


Proulx, Michelle R., 129 


Roberts, Laura A., 129 


Schmidt, Christopher R., 108 


Paul, Sadra M, 128 


Pugh.JillE., 108 


Robertson, Erin, 129 


Schneider, Jessica L., 1 16 


Payne, Jill K., 128 


Pugh, Julie N., 129 


Robichaud, Lesley A., 1 16 


Schneider, Tina E., 1 16 


Peachee, Dane P., 99 


Pugsley, Melinda L., 99 


Robillard, Scott P., 129 


Schnorr, Sandra R., 129 


Pearce, Catherine A., 128 


Purvis, Kelley J., 116 


Roesch, David J., 129 


Schorr, Emily B., 99 


Pearson, Christopher, 108 




Roh, Scong Man, 129 


Schrader, Malissa J., 99 


Pearson, Julie H., 128 


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Schriver, Steve D., 129 


Pearson, Sondra M., 108 


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Schroer, Sharon M., 108 


Peeples, Aimee L., 1 16 


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Schwabeland, Edward W., 109 


Pelton, AnnaC, 128 




Ross, Andrea L., 129 


Scobie, Nikki S., 116 


Penney, Cynthia A., 1 16 


Race, Jennifer C, 108 


Ross, Melissa C, 116 


Scolaro, Donald A., 129 


Perdue, Sheri L., 128 


Radaker, John J., 99 


Ross, Tracey L., 116 


Scoppa, Dawn, 129 


Peregoy, Rachel A., 128 


Radebaugh, Daniel R., 99 


Rosynsky, Lory A., 116 


Scott, Bradley L., 109 


Perez, Fernando R., 128 


Raggs, Mervin L., Ill, 129 


Rotar, Christopher N., 129 


Seaton, DustinL., 130 


Perez, Joanna M., 99 


Rajaram, Padmavathi, 129 


Rozier, Kathryn E., 129 


Secco, Guido M., 130 


Perez, Mary C, 108 


Rajavich, Steven T., 1 16 


Rudd, Jerry K., 129 


Seguinot, Michael C, 130 


Perry, Brian A., 128 


Rakos, Chris S., 129 


Rue, Alison J., 129 


Seiler, Garen M., 1 16 


Perry, Jessica R., 99 


Rampino, Roberto, 108 


Rummel, Susan C, 129 


Sennet, Matthew, 1 16 


Petro, Scott M, 128 


Raponi, Mark L., 108 


Rush, Steve L., Jr., 129 


Sewall, Shandra E., 130 


Petrone, Guy D., 99 


Rasco, Vicki S., 99 


Rust, Sara M., 99 


Sexton, Sean M., 130 


Pflaum, Michelle L., 128 


Ray, Teri O., 129 


Ruthven, Jerry M., 129 


Seybold, Lindsey A., 130 


Philippus, Karen D., 128 


Reeb, Charles D., 129 


Rutledge, Bryan B., 1 16 


Shaivitz, Adam A., 99 


Phillips, Robert L., Jr, 128 


Reed, Glenn M., 129 


Ryan, Kevin D., 108 


Shannon, Cynthia M., 1 16 


Phypers, Danielle L., 99 


Reed, JodiL., 129 




Shaw, Anitra S., 130 


Phypers, Drew W., 116 


Reed, Sally M., 99 




Shelbaugh, Todd P., 109 


Pickem, Donna R., 128 


Reemelin, Mark E., 99 




Shenefield, Lisa M., 1 17 


Piela, Deborah M., 128 


Reese, Ashley D., 129 




Sherbon, Stacy L., 109 


Pike, Cathy A., 99 


Regoli, Tonya L., 129 




Sherrod, Joseph B., 109 


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Shettle, Todd A., 99 
Shields, Holly S., 99 
Shindore, Renee S., 130 
Shirghio, Nicholas A., 99 
Shiver, Christine A., 109 
Shoemaker, Daniel P., 99 
Shorrock, Thomas M., 130 
Shutts, Shelli L., 100 
Sievers, Dawn M, 130 
Sikes, Stephanie A., 130 
Simmons, Jerret S., 130 
Simmons, Matthew R., 130 
Simmons, Susan L., 100 
Singletary, Samuel C, 130 
Sinibaldi, Deana L., 130 
Sirois, AimeeL., 130 
Slater, Noel C, 100 
Slater, Robert L., 130 
Smith, Angelena M., 130 
Smith, April L., 130 
Smith, Beverly A., 109 
Smith, Frederick K., 100 
Smith, Gregory S., 130 
Smith, Jennifer A., 109 
Smith, Kristi L., 100 
Smith, Liza A., 117 
Smith, Michael A., 117 
Smith, Misty A., 100 
Smith, Nathan D., 130 
Smoak, Edward L., Jr., 100 
Snively, William H., 130 
Snow, Bradley L., 100 
Snyder, JoAnna C, 130 
Snyder, Joel S., 130 
Snyder, John B., 100 
Sorgi, Christopher, 1 1 7 
Sotomayor, Sarah, 130 
Sotono, Hiroaki, 130 
Spain, Michael B., 130 
Sparkman, Vikki M., 109 
Speier, Laura J., 100 
Spiegel, Heather M., 130 
Spolyar, Jeffrey W., 100 
Sprinkle, Malia M., 100 
Squitier, Jason M., 109 
Stacey, Andrea C, 130 
Stafford, Cade P., 117 
Stanley, Craig P., 117 
Stecker, Maggie M., 130 



Stedem, Christopher M., 1 17 
Stein, Jennifer L., 109 
Stephens, Jill A., 117 
Stepnicka, Kathryn L., 117 
Stewart, Michael D., 100 
Stiles, Darron G., 117 
Stock, Heather L., 117 
Stone, Lea R., 130 
Storter, Robert L., 130 
Stoval, Jennifer L., 100 
Stritch, Brandon A., 1 17 
Strong, David S., 100 
Strout, Benjamin J., 130 
Stubenrauch, Stephanie C, 117 
Sturdevant, Stephen A., 130 
Stutzman, Paula J., 100 
Sullivan, Christen A., 117 
Sullivan, Greta A., 130 
Sullivan, Shirley J., 109 
Summers, David J., 130 
Summers, Stacy M., 117 
Surrency, Elizabeth G., 130 
Sutphin, Sheila R., 109 
Sutton, Daniel K., 109 
Swink, Christopher P., 130 
Swisher, Jennifer K., 109 
Sypko, Timothy D., 100 
Szimanski, Thomas W., 117 



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Tackett, Mary E., 130 
Takanami, Yuichi, 130 
Takyi-Mensah, Kofi O., 130 
Tang, Koon Chung, 130 
Taugher, Pamela, 130 
Taylor, Christopher N., 130 
Taylor, Thomas M., 109 
Taylor, Joseph R., Ill, 117 
Tedesco, Jennifer, 109 
Thoeming, Amy K., 109 
Thomas, Derek E., 130 
Thomas, Heather R., 109 
Thompson, Charles A., 117 
Thompson, Donald B., 109 



Thompson, Tara C, 1 17 
Thornton, Jon M., 109 
Thornton, Kimberly R., 100 
Thuman, Kevin, 100 
Thuman, Scott W., 117 
Tibboles, Jennifer E., 117 
Tobin, Melissa M., 130 
Toftness, Joshua E., 130 
Tolson, Jonathan S., 117 
Tomasello, Joanna M., 130 
Tomlin, Gregory A., 109 
Torii, Mitsuru, 131 
Torres, Toribio, 1 3 1 
Toskes, Steve D., 131 
Toth, Gerhard, 109 
Traupman, Jessica L., 117 
Trautwein, Christophers., 131 
Trinkle, Margaret A., 131 
Trotta, Michael R., 117 
Truesdell, Christina M., 131 
Truitt, Melanie K., 109 
Tsang, Chiu Wing, 131 
Tsark, Tamara M., 131 
Tse, Hoi Kit, 117 
Tsuchida, Akinori R., 131 
Turbeville, Michelle L., 100 
Turek, John A., 101 
Turkett, Robert L., 131 
Turner, Andrew D., 117 
Turner, Ryan S., 1 17 
Turner, Kenneth K., II, 109 
Tumquist, Juliana, 131 
Turvin, Tresa M., 101 
Tynan, Christopher J., 109 



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Underwood, Robert L., 131 
Ungashick, Stacey J., 101 
Upmeyer, Karin L., 109 
Urban, Ronald D., 101 



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Van Gilder, Todd D., 131 
Vandeusen, Kari A., 131 
Vanhorn, Jason A., 131 
Vann, Erica K., 131 
Varnum, Sherry M., 101 
Vaughn, Christopher W., 131 
Vaughn, Mark H., 131 
Vazquez, Christopher L., 117 
Vazquez, Robert A., 109 
Vechnak, Peter B., 131 
Veras, Raymond C, 117 
Vermenot, Sandrine A., 131 
Vetter, Jennifer A., 131 
Vicas, Aurora E., 1 17 
Vickers, Kimberly D., 109 
Vickers, Margaret A., 131 
Villarreal, Liza, 131 
Vogt, Molly D., 117 
Volpe, Allison L., 117 
Vondruska, John M., 101 
Vorce, Mina M., 101 



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Wade, KellieE., 131 
Wagner, Christopher J., 131 
Wainscott, Grant M., 109 
Walbroel, Charles J., 109 
Waldau, Matthew G, 117 
Waldman, Zachary, 131 
Wali, Wadooah, 131 
Walker, Melissa K., 131 
Walker, Michelle M., 131 
Wallace, Ashley L., 109 
Wallace, Shawn M., 1 17 
Walls, Kelly E., 109 
Walsh, Beth A., 101 
Walsh, Brian P., 101 
Walsh, Dulcinea M., 131 
Walsh, Joy B., 131 
Wang, Yen Chun, 131 



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Ward, Soma M., 118 
Washington, Reginald L., 101 
Watanabe, Misa, 1 3 1 
Webb, Darrell W., 101 
Webb, Gregory M., 131 
Weerasooriya, Shanaka L., 118 
Weinberg, Edward J., 1 18 
Wen.JyhRen, 131 
Weninger, Leslie A., 1 18 
Westbrock, Anthony G., 1 18 
Westendorf, Julia M, 101 
Westerfield, Byron G., 109 
Weston, Deborah L., 101 
Whatley, Melissa L., 101 
Whidden, Brett T., 118 
Whiddon, JanaJ., 101 
White, Alisa J., 131 
White, Allison M., 118 
White, Jesse R., 101 
White, Roderick H., 101 
White, John W., Jr., 101 
Wiemken, Deborah L., 101 
Wilcox, David H., 131 
Willard, Diane L., 131 
Williams, Ann M., 131 
Williams, Kendra M., 131 
Williams, Kimberly M, 118 
Williams, Loren R., 131 
Williams, Stacy A., 118 
Williams, Toni R., 131 
Williams, Tonya R., 131 
Williamson, John C., 109 
Willis, Jill N., 110 
Wills, Chad C., 118 
Wills, Marie C., 101 
Wills, Rachel S., 101 
Wilson, Elizabeth P., 131 
Wilson, Ellen G., 131 
Wilson, Frances R., 101 
Wilson, Heather D., 118 
Wilson, Joy D., 131 
Wilson, Kimberly J., 101 
Winans, Robert G., 131 
Winkler, Melissa A., 101 
Wise,TaraE., 110 
Wise, Vicki S., 132 
Witham,ChadE., 110 
Woelfel, Julie A., 132 
Wong, Kei Sze, 132 



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Wood, Candy L., 110 
Wood, Denise M., 132 
Wood,TraciL., 132 
Woodall, Brandy A., 132 
Woods, Kristen B., 118 
Wright, Courtney P., 110 
Wright, Timothy S., 110 



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Yelvington, Robert W., 132 
Young, Barry M., 118 
Young, Pari T., 132 
Young, Shauna L., 101 
Younkers, Christina A., 101 



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Ziemba, Amber D., 132 
Zillman, Marcus P., II, 110 
Zimmerman, Marc E., 132 
Zipperer, Angela M., 132 
Zottola, Jeffrey V., 110 
Zuza, Andrea L., 118 



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Webb, Gregory M., 131 
Weerasooriya, Shanaka L., 1 18 
Weinberg, Edward J., 1 18 
Wen, Jyh Ren, 131 
Weninger, Leslie A., 1 18 
Westbrock, Anthony G., 1 18 
Westendorf, Julia M, 101 
Westerfield, Byron G., 109 
Weston, Deborah L., 101 
Whatley, Melissa L., 101 
Whidden, Brett T., 118 
Whiddon, Jana J., 101 
White, Alisa J., 131 
White, Allison M, 118 
White, Jesse R., 101 
White, Roderick H., 101 
White, John W., Jr., 101 
Wiemken, Deborah L., 101 
Wilcox, David H., 131 
Willard, Diane L., 131 
Williams, AnnM., 131 
Williams, Kendra M., 131 
Williams, Kimberly M., 1 18 
Williams, Loren R., 131 
Williams, Stacy A., 1 18 
Williams, ToniR., 131 
Williams, Tonya R, 131 
Williamson, John C, 109 
Willis, JillN., 110 
Wills, Chad C, 118 
Wills, Marie C., 101 
Wills, Rachel S., 101 
Wilson, Elizabeth P., 131 
Wilson, Ellen G., 131 
Wilson, Frances R., 101 
Wilson, Heather D., 118 
Wilson, Joy D., 131 
Wilson, Kimberly J., 101 
Winans, Robert G., 131 
Winkler, Melissa A., 101 
Wise, TaraE., 110 
Wise, Vicki S., 132 
Witham, Chad E., 110 
Woelfel, Julie A., 132 
Wong, KeiSze, 132 
Wood, Candy L., 110 
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Woodall, Brandy A., 132 
Woods, KristenB., 118 
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Young, Pari T., 132 
Young, Shauna L., 101 
Younkers, Christina A., 101 



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Ziemba, Amber D., 132 
Zillman, Marcus P., II, 110 
Zimmerman, Marc E., 132 
Zipperer, Angela M., 132 
Zottola, Jeffrey V., 110 
Zuza, Andrea L., 118 




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Jennifer Bouw 
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Section Editors 





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Brickhouse, Tracey Brock, Patricia 
Brownlee, Jill Diaz, Jen Fassman, Robin 
Gayle, Jessica Schneider, Jeffrey Higby, 
Tracey Hiller, Missy Jones, Dina Kolonoski, 
Wendy Littler, Tricia Lobaugh , Mindy Miller, 
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